My necklaces are usually always together, and to me, its not a good thing, because they get tangled and messy! Sometimes it takes hours to get them untangled, and I donâ€™t want to be doing that. I've been telling myself to save up for one of those necklace tree things, but I never buy one. I decided. This was it, I couldnâ€™t handle it anymoreâ€¦and I made this.
-This project took 12 hours all together because I had to let the paint dry, but if I didn't use paint, it would have been a breeze.-
I used nails to hold the necklaces, decide on how many nails you want, I picked a random number of 31 I think. When you have all the nails, tap them slightly, (not enough to struggle to take them out and not too little that they topple over) into a piece of soft pine (this makes it so much easier to get every bit of the nails covered). I then spray painted the nails with three coats and had it dry over night.
While the paint was drying I took a scrap piece of deck wood which is 16 1/2 inches long and measured and marked where I wanted the nails. Do it however you want, I tried making mine symmetrical.
I collected some beads that I thought would look nice with the wood and nails.
When all dry I hammered the nails into the wood easy so they were nice and sturdy where I marked.
I also hammered on a wall hanger on the back so I could put it on my wall.
I glued the beads on the top part of the nails with some super glue, hung it on my wallâ€¦
And there it is!