Published On: Fri, Dec 20th, 2013

Jewellery Organiser

jewellery organiser1For Christmas I asked my husband for a jewellery organiser and after endless searching online he decided to make me one. Only took him an hour or so.

  1. Measure the space available on the inside of the wardrobe door.
  2. Go to your local timber yard or hardware and buy a sheet of peg board and two pieces of timber to run down the length of the board, also a couple of packets of pegboard hooks.
  3. Side timber should be thick enough to hold the pegboard off the wardrobe door so that peg hooks can fit in, and thin enough to maximise hole spaces.
  4. Measure and mark where you want it to be installed.
  5. Cut the pegboard into size.
  6. Cut the side timbers to the length of the board and glue onto the vertical edges of the pegboard.
  7. Paint to tidy – optional.
  8. Find some screws that are long enough to go all the way through the pegboard, the side timber and halfway through the wardrobe door.
  9. Line it up on the door using a spirit level to ensure that it is straight.
  10. Grab a friend to hold it in place while you drill pilot holes and screw the screws in oneat a time into the wardrobe door starting from the top.
  11. Place pegs in as desired and have fun arranging your stuff, one hint is to hang all your necklaces at the bottom to best use the space you have.

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