My favorite DIY projects are those that are functional, and I most definitely needed something to hang up my necklaces. As a self-proclaimed non-accessorizer, I don’t think about wearing jewelry often. This handy brass jewelry hanger will hopefully remind me of the necklaces I do have.
This is really the simplest project if you start with the right supplies. I ended up doing quite a bit of experimenting.
Supplies needed: a brass tube, rope, s-hooks (I recommend buying more than 5 to balance things out), scissors
May be needed: Pliers, wrench, crochet thread
I found most of my supplies at Ace Hardware.
First things first – open up those s-hooks! To make things easier, you might want to choose open s-hooks to begin with. I was really set on this brass color (rather than steel), so I used pliers and a wrench to turns these 8′s into S’s.
The next step is to feed the rope through the brass tube. Unless you have really tiny rope, it might be hard to feed it all the way through. I decided to pull crochet thread through the tube first, tightly tying my thread to the end of the rope.
Cut and tie your rope together at whichever length you’d like. Loop your s-hooks onto the pole and hang up your beautiful jewelry for the whole wide world (or just you) to see!
Hope you enjoyed this project! Do you have any fancy ways of displaying your jewelry?
PS – don’t pass up the chance to win some cozy fall accessories! Enter my “Happy Fall” giveaway here.