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1  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / My Crafty Jewelry Rack on: March 11, 2013 04:29:54 PM
To hang up my jewelry I would usually just stick pins in the wall, but that wasn't at all attractive and it created a lot of little holes in the wall. So a friend had giving me this little rack that he had on the back of his door because it wasn't strong enough to hold anything he had wanted to hang on it.

I had the perfect idea for it. What could I hang on it that wouldn't be too heavy.....jewelry.

So I sanded it a little glued it in the position I wanted it in and reinforced the pegs. Painted it a nice chocolate brown. I figured I could hang necklaces and bracelets on the pegs....but what about earrings. The solution to that was stringing 20 gauge wire between the pegs. Using wire instead of string allowed me to put little indents in the wire so all the earrings don't slide together. 

What do you all think?

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