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DIY Wood Arrow Jewelry Holder

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DIY Wood Arrow Jewelry Holder

My Target’s craft aisle has recently been redone. I’m finding some really cool pieces I haven’t seen before like this wood arrow. With the right hardware and a coat of paint I turned it into a decorative jewelry holder. Want one for yourself? Grab these supplies and let’s get started!

You’ll need:

DIY wood arrow jewerly holder with supplies from Target

With a small foam brush, paint over the front and the sides of the wood arrow. I like using acrylic paint because it dries quickly.

DIY wood arrow jewerly holder with supplies from Target

Once the paint is dry use a pencil and ruler to measure and lightly mark where the hooks are going to go. I spaced my hooks two inches apart.DIY wood arrow jewerly holder with supplies from Target

I picked up these cup hooks from the hardware store, but your Target might carry them. Make sure the screw part is no longer than the thickness of the wood arrow so it doesn’t poke through the back.

DIY wood arrow jewerly holder with supplies from Target

You can use a small drill to make the pilot holes for the cup screws, but I think it’s just as easy to use a push pin.

DIY wood arrow jewerly holder with supplies from Target

Remove the push pin and then screw the cup screws in. Keep turning until the screw is all the way in and the open part is facing the top of the wood arrow.

DIY wood arrow jewerly holder with supplies from Target

Put in all the cup screws and that’s all there is too it!

DIY wood arrow jewerly holder with supplies from Target

Imagine making a set of these in different colors for all your jewelry. It’s such a pretty way to keep it organized.

DIY wood arrow jewerly holder with supplies from Target

DIY wood arrow jewerly holder with supplies from Target

Analisa is a mom and avid DIYer. Along with her family, she will travel anywhere just to say she’s been. She writes about creating, parenthood, and her family’s adventures at Parental Perspective. She’d love to meet you so feel free to visit her on Instagram or Facebook and say hello!

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