Well hi! Today I thought I'd show you the quickest, simplest beaded home decor project evah. It's practical, it's pretty, it's economical - heck, there's even a little element of upcycling in there for good measure.
It's a scarf hanger system, for storage and display.
The DIY takes about a minute. You will need:
-a buncha big beads
-an old shoelace
Thread 16-20 inches of big beads onto an old shoelace (or any bit of cord or ribbon you happen to have handy). Tie a bow, and double-knot it.
That's it, baby! Hang one (or three or six or ten!) on your wall, as demonstrated here...
Then just add scarves.
I hung mine on a cute 3-hook coat rack, but you could hang these up in a number of ways. Use little nails, or individual hooks, or even those removable hooks for apartments.
I was looking for a way to use up a vast quantity of not-so-thrilling wooden beads, and this was just the ticket. I'm a VERY scarf-y person, so it's something I actually need and use - daily!
It could also be a fun project to do with kids, tweens or teens. Let them choose beads to suit their personal style to make hangers for their own rooms, or to give as AWESOME handmade gifts.
Hope this one catches someone's fancy. See ya!
A clever idea, Michelle. I have a lot of scarves, and they're all hidden in a wardrobe. I'll have to keep my eye out for some large beads.ReplyDelete
It is a clever idea Michelle and if you use a large strand of beads then you can hang multiple scarves in the same strandReplyDelete
Love it Mich, really great way to keep the scarfs nicely hung as well. And if you think you are a scarty person, you gotta stopy by my place sometime! I have a whole bunch of vintage ones from my mother and grandmothers as well! Thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!ReplyDelete
You did it again. Super cool and so darn creative!!!ReplyDelete
Cute (and practical) idea! Also doubles as decor. Visiting from Craft Schooling Sunday.ReplyDelete
They sure are super ! Great idea.ReplyDelete