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    Does anyone have any idea how to make a necklace holder that will make
    it easy to see them and so they don't get all tangled up??

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    Re: Necklace holder


    Find some coffee mug holders in the hardware dept of a store. They're
    little C shaped hooks. You can also find them with little clips over
    the open part of the C, so you can "clip" them into the hook. Then,
    just screw the hooks into the wall, or get a decrotive peice of wood to
    screw them into, and hang on the wall. You'll want it to go horizontal,
    not vertical, so that they are hanging down without touching others.
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    > i put my necklaces in plastic straws they don't get frayed take care
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    My ex-mother -in-law had a shelf that she made for her little trinket boxes.
    She then took wide but pretty lace, the kind for ruffles and hot glued it to
    the edge of the shelf. I think they are called hooks and eyes, the latches
    that are on most bras, she attached with a little bit of string at the top
    of the lace so it would hang flush and that was what she used to hang her
    necklaces on. She liked that so much that she used one of those shadow boxes
    with a round doiley and made an earring holder. Good luck, brandy
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    Yes. Take those little cup hooks (they are hooks that screw into
    wood) and get a piece of molding or a small thin strip of wood (like
    the size of a paint stir, but a little thicker). Screw the hooks into
    the wood strip, about 1/4" apart. Make the wood strip as long/short
    as you need, and hang a necklace on each hook. Mount the entire thing
    on a wall in your closet, next to a dressing table or in the master
    bath.
    Paint the wood strip (first) to match your decor if it's going
    somewhere visible. Home depot and Lowes will give (sell) you sample
    bottles of wall paint colors that should give you more then enough
    paint.
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    I have a medicine cabinet in our bathroom that sticks out from the wall. I got
    some of those 3M Command adhesive hooks (the kind that you pull down on the
    strip to remove them from the wall--I hope I'm explaining it right). I placed
    the hooks on the side of the medicine cabinet to hang my necklaces from. It
    worked like a charm.

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    Here are a couple of ideas:
    Get a package of the smallest Command adhesive hooks. I have
    several of these holding necklaces that get easily tangled. They're
    not incredibly attractive, but they work. The hooks are clear
    plastic, about 1/2 "square" (the sides are curved). The hook itself
    is quire small, but big enough for more delicate chains.

    Or you can get some larger gauge craft wire and shape a 2' length
    into a series "u" shapes with each upright about 1/2 inch apart.
    Make sure your uprights are pushed closely together, or twisted
    together. Shape a loop at either end to hang it on the wall on
    hooks. You should have enough uprights to loop 8 - 10 necklaces
    over. I think I used 20 gauge wire or heavier to make mine.

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