We've had a brush pile sitting in our yard for some time now and I've been wanting to make a jewelry hanger out of one of the branches. Our room is a bit more rustic/cabin like in decor so the branch would be a proper fit.
I eyed up the branches for something that was flat (by flat, I mean without knobs or branches that would cause it to protrude from the wall). The perfect branch emerged and it even had a few stubs that were perfectly located for hanging my chunky bracelets.
The cost of the project ended up being no more than a couple of anchors and screws.
After cutting to size, Bear (my husband) drilled two holes in the back of the branch on a slight upward angle (so the branch wouldn't slip off the screws when hung). I measured out the drilled holes in the branch on to the wall and even added a slight angle for kicks and put in anchors and screws for hanging.
Up she went and with the addition of cup hooks, I had the perfect solution to that clump of jewelry that's been begging me for a home.
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