Jewelry Hanger

My daughter really likes accessories and she has a lot of them. She has been storing them in cookie tins and small baskets. This has not been a very good solution because everything get tangled. I told her to figure out a better way to store her jewelry. Using a plastic hanger, pushpins, yarn and some pencil erasers; this is what she came up with.

At the neck of the hanger she stores her bracelets. She also added two clear pushpins to store the bracelet with the colorful beads on the left and her charm bracelet on the right.

Directly beneath the colorful bracelet and charm bracelet she tied a piece of yarn across. On the string of yarn she attached her necklaces. Beneath the yarn she attached a old chain from one end of the hanger to the other with a pushpin on each side. Through the loops, on the right side of the chain, she hooked her earrings. On the left she hung more bracelets and a watch.

Below are two a pictures of the entire hanger.

I thought this was so creatively frugal. I could have just bought her a jewelery box but since she shares a room with her sister and a dresser they only have use of half the dresser for storage. This hanger works great because once she’s done with her accessories she can place the hanger in her closet. When she pulls out an outfit her accessories are right there as well.

If you have another minute check out this frugal jewelry storage idea. You will love it.
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  1. Hadias says

    Thank you all for commenting. It’s really nice to meet you Marcia and Rain. Hello Brenda and Angie I hope that you both enjoyed your Holiday’s. And BTW, Bethany the pictures of the homemade bagels looked great.


  2. Anonymous says

    This is a great idea…very inventive! I had to come up with a solution for belts one time & did something similar: 2 short, squarish hangers were duct taped, upsidedown, to a regular sized hanger. That can then hang on the closet rod, & the little hangers function as hooks for belts. I made this contraption over 20 years ago & still have it!



  3. Rain says

    What a grand idea! I am going to encourage my daughter to try this too, she’s a bit of a jewelry hound herself.

    Thanks for visiting my blog! Have a blessed day!


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