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    Take a piece of wood, cover it w/ fabric, add hooks. #DIY

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    • Trisha Vail

      take a piece of wood, cover it in fabric, add hooks, and you have a jewelry holder! Or key holder

    • JJ Temple

      Shoe Box lids as jewelry organizers – Pinterest DIY & Crafts, It can also double as key holders.

    • Rosie Callaghan

      Jewelry holder: cover a piece of wood with fabric and add hooks --- could use as key holder too!

    • Jennifer Hayes Guzman

      Key or Jewelry holder. Take a piece of wood. Cover with fabric. Add hooks. Great DIY project!

    • Lynn Mika

      Take a piece of wood. Cover with fabric. Add hooks. perfect for a key holder or jewelry holder

    • Lauren Shalom

      Key hook/ jewelry holder - Take a block of wood, cover it in fabric and add hooks.

    • Donna Livingston

      a piece of wood, cover it w/ fabric, add hooks. Key holder or jewelry holder

    • Sarah Rossiter

      Take a piece of wood, cover it w/ fabric, add hooks. New keys hanger!

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