How to make a clothespin jewelry organizer

Jewelry is a wonderful way to brighten up any outfit, but storing it isn't always easy. Keeping those well-loved chains and clasps from becoming a single, tangled mess doesn’t have to be complicated, though. Transforming a few standard clothespins into a creative organizing system is a sure way to keep accessories in order and easy to find.
A shabby-chic wooden plank and some elegant lace create a stylish backboard for a one-of-a-kind jewelry organizer. Those clothespins that securely grasp fabric are just as effective with jewelry. Simple and quick to make, this clothespin jewelry organizer also brings a touch of rustic glamour to any wall in the home.
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Materials
-Three wooden clothespins
-Pink pearl acrylic paint
-Plastic paint palette
-Paintbrush
-Distressed wood plank, 14 inches by 4 inches
-Lace
-Scissors
-Hot-glue gun
-Twine
Instructions
1. Fill a plastic paint palette with pink pearl acrylic paint.
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2. Cover one side of a wooden clothespin with the pink paint using a small paintbrush. Repeat with two more wooden clothespins and allow to dry completely.
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3. Place the distressed wooden plank lengthwise on a flat surface.
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4. Place lace along the center of the wooden plank, allowing 3 inches of lace to extend past the board on both ends. Cut the lace from the roll.
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5. Wrap the ends of the lace around the back of the wooden plank and attach with hot glue.
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6. Flip the wooden board face up and wrap a length of twine three times around the right end of the plank. Tie a knot at the top to secure.
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7. Pull the twine towards the left side of the wooden plank and wrap three times around the opposite end. Tie a secure knot at the top edge. Cut away excess twine.
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8. Line the back of one of the painted clothespins with hot glue and press firmly to the wooden plank approximately 3 inches in from the left edge. Make sure the painted surface is facing up, and the portion of the clothespin that clasps is pointing down.
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9. Evenly space the remaining two clothespins along the plank and affix with hot glue.
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10. Hang the plank by the twine and use the clothespins to hold jewelry in place.
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