Written by contributor Lauren Lowe of The Burlap Bag.
Hi blog-land. We haven’t met before on Simple Design. I’m Lauren. Get ready for simple, free, and awesome projects with me! (and lots of pictures.)
Josiah and I are cheap. And by cheap, I mean we hate spending money. We also own The Burlap Bag – a little store in Austin for handmade goods. It can be challenging to be cheap and also own your own retail store…. but it just causes us to be creative! And being creative really makes our shop more unique and fun. This project is actually IN our shop – and can be used in your home! A huge bonus – you can make this for FREE! We had everything lying around our house!
You know you’ve had to spend 15 minutes just untangling necklaces before… wasn’t that fun. This will keep them organized and simple – but will also look fun in your home!
Tree branch necklace holder
- A branch. Choose as long or short as you like
- 2 D-rings (each d-ring should come with a screw)
- A hammer
- Drill or screwdriver
3. Screw in the d-rings in the back of the branch – one on each end
Josiah workin’ hard.
Me hardly workin’.
And here’s a straight-on shot of the branch necklace holder. We fit in 10, but you could totally squeeeeeze in 20 if you have that many necklaces!
So get those necklaces out of their tangly mess and make this easy branch holder! You’ll have the coolest necklace hanger around – and you’ll be done in no time. Do you have some branches laying around that would be great for this project?