I have to be honest, I don’t often wear necklaces anymore because tiny hands like to yank on them. However, I do really love at least getting to showcase them in my bedroom and gaze longingly until I get to wear jewelry once again, alas. A few years ago when I moved into my first apartment I created a necklace holder out of an old frame. Easiest thing ever and I have used it ever since!
It requires minimal materials, one of which you might already have laying around and so simple it’s easier than switching to Geico.
Materials: Wooden frame, pencil, Screw hook, nail, hammer, measuring tape
*Frame must be wooden, plastic will break
Step 1: Empty the wooden frame, you will only be utilizing the actual frame piece, not the backing or glass.
Step 2: Measure the center of the top of your frame and make a mark with your pencil. This will mark where you will place your hooks. Measure 3 inches out on both sides and mark with your pencil once again. Continue this until you have the desired number of hook marks for your frame.
Step 3: Screw the hooks into the spots marked by the pencil.
Step 4: Carefully hammer a nail into the wall & hang your frame.
Step 5: Place your jewelry on the hooks!
Simple, easy, yet a totally non-cheesy way to display your gems ♥ If you have a lot of jewelry make multiples and hang them in a gallery wall format!