*This post is in partnership with 3M*
Jewelry organizing has always been a challenge for me. I don’t have a crazy amount of it, but I never know where to store it all. I’ve tried a few different methods, but necklaces specifically are really difficult to keep organized so I can find what I want, when I want it. One morning as I was getting ready, I realized that there’s this “dead space” behind my bedroom door that never seems to get used, so it seemed like the perfect place to display all of my jewelry, yet keep it all organized all at once. If you had a larger closet you could do it in there, too. Oh, and I made a super easy sign to make it even prettier!
- Piece of wood (painted and smooth on the backside)
- Metal address letters to spell SHINE with screws
- Drill and drill bits (with Phillips head bit for screws)
- Command™ Medium Picture Hanging Strips
- Command™ Quartz Key Rails – this project used three
To create the ‘SHINE’ sign, space out the metal letters on the front of the piece of wood (I used a scrap of barn wood). Then, use a drill bit to pre-drill the holes in the letters to keep the wood from splitting. Be sure to follow all manufacturer guidelines and safety instructions when using the drill.
Next, use the screws that came with the letters to drill the letters into the wood.
Once the letters are secure, turn the wood over, exposing the smooth back side. Following package instructions, apply one set of Command™ Medium Picture Hanging Strips on each side of the wood and mount on the wall.
Following package instructions, adhere the Command™ Quartz Key Rail below the sign to hang necklaces, accessories and other items that help you ‘SHINE’ throughout the year. Repeat to add additional key rails as necessary and be sure that the full weight of the items hung on the key rails does not exceed two pounds.
*Thanks to 3M for partnering with me on this post. All ideas and opinions are 100% my own.*