Friday, December 16, 2011

Driftwood Jewelry Storage

While attempting to break some old rusty nails that I found (I wanted to shorten them for another project), I ended up bending them instead....light bulb moment....hooks!

Hmmm, now, what to put them on....I have a collection of driftwood that I've picked up whenever we take walks around the lake near our house. 

So I hammered several of them into the wood, and tied on a little twine...crazy, but I liked it.

I need to change the way it's hung on the wall so it won't slide to one side when something is placed on one of the hooks.

It was in my booth for about a month (see below), but obviously, it didn't sell...but it seems like there's more of a demand for this type of thing on Etsy.

While listing it on Etsy, it occurred to me that this would be a great place to hang jewelry or scarves from...or maybe belts or hats.  I put a couple coats of poly over the nails so the rust wouldn't rub off on anything.

Thanks for stopping by - hope you're enjoying the holiday season.  We finally put up our tree yesterday - and it's still standing.   It has suffered several run-ins with the Cozy Coupe, and several of the (plastic) ornaments have been ripped from the limbs to be used as projectiles (I tied them onto the tree)...but everyone still has all of their far.

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Sophia's said...

This is so creative! Good idea with the nails! I love driftwood too...

Thanks for all your sweet comments on my blog!

Have a great weekend,


Anonymous said...

There are so many great driftwood projects, but I hadn't seen this one! Thanks for the inspiration!

Space 46 said...

Wow never seen such a beauty! I am all for the rustic look! Would love love love for you to share this at our party going on now Best, My

Jen said...

I love it! Thanks for linking up! ~Jen @

frugal-interior-design said...

I love the simplicity and character. Weathered wood, a rusty element(s) and twine . . . these are a few of my favorite things . . .

Lolly Jane said...

so cute and creative. love it!

My Beautiful World said...

Wow what a great idea. So nice to meet you just found your lovely blog and so happy I did. I have enjoyed looking around and I'm now following you, if you find a spare minute hope you visit me sometime and follow back if you like. Sending you special wishes for a very Merry Christmas Day and look forward to keeping in touch in 2012

Always Wendy

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