Sunday, December 30, 2012

Inexpensive scarves holder idea

After I received Eugenie's gift, I had to come up with an idea how to organize all my scarves. I have quite a few of them. I know if I put them in a box or drawer, I'll forget about them, and will never wear :)

Inexpensive scarf holder

I've seen the idea on Internet how to organize scarves, and... to keep them in the place where I can see them :)

It's just $2 dollars scarves holder made of a hanger and shower curtain rings. I got them from dollar store $1 each set (12 rings and 6 hangers)


Inexpensive scarf holder

First, I taped the rings to the hanger.


Inexpensive scarf holder
Then, I taped the rings to each other.

Inexpensive scarf holder

It was enough of them to add second layer, and the holder is ready :)

Inexpensive scarf holder

27 comments:

crafts2love said...

kruto! poshla iskat kolechki :)

great idea for not forgetting about your scarves :)

Svetlana NES said...

cool :)
I have something alike from IKEA, but I never thank to make this!

Marina Vita said...

Great idea! Probably easy to use and easy to make. And very beautiful scarves! :)

Anonymous said...

Electrical tape or duct tape that is in Colors would work too!!

One Desperate Mom said...

I tried to do something like this the other day because my shower rings wear sliding all over the place. I attached them to each other by clipping and it totally didn't work. This is genius! Thanks.

Jeanna Whittington said...

This is a very clever idea! I will have to give it a try.

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Mulberry Whisper said...

This is amazing! must be great for ties, too - I will try to make a similar thing for ties ad scarves, my husband has a ton of ties and they are so difficult to organize. Thank you for sharing! (it is nice to see the scarves, too ))))

gerrri said...

I juat finiahed making one of these and used electrical tape in black. Very easy so I will be making more. Thanks

Anonymous said...

Ooooh! Use one of the cheap fancy-schmancy patterned duct tapes that are out to add color. Thanks for the tutorial!

Wendy said...

what a great idea!

Have Bags, Will Travel said...

This is such a great idea! I actually used zip ties vs tape which really secured the rods together. Thanks for posting.

Arctida said...

Great idea!

Angie said...

Love it! How is the scotch tape holding up?

IrinaN said...

Angie, not really-)) On second time, I'd go with white duct tape.

Claycass said...

This is agreat idea. I was thinking of a sturdier alternative. White electrical ties! You could get them at Lowes or Home Depot.

Anonymous said...

love the idea

Cin said...

If you didn't want to fuss around with tape, zip ties may work as a quick and easy substitute.

Betty819 said...

Why not just hot glue the shower curtain rings to the hangar and each other?

IrinaN said...

Betty, I think it's less secure. Anyway, You can try it :)

Anonymous said...

Hot glue would eventually let go. I like the idea of the zip ties. You could make it more decorative by using the zip ties for strength, and using designer duct tape for appearance!

CraftyChic said...

Hippies might snag delicate scarves... I love the idea of going over them with duct tape :-)

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Polina Bilokonna said...

Реально круто! Очень рада, что попала на твой блог! Привет из Болгарии!

Neat Nest Organizing said...

Thanks for the great idea, Irina! I made one for my scarves and used duct tape. Organized scarves = happy me :) I linked to your idea, too. Thank you again!
http://www.neatnestorganizing.com/diy-scarf-organizer-that-works/

Phyllis said...

Would you even need to use the tape? Could you not just clasp the shower rings around the hangar as they were meant to clasp around the shower curtain rod and then do the same with the next row of rings, just clasp them around the ring above? I think it would work. Once you have scarves hanging on the rings, everything would line up nicely. In my mind. :-) LOL

Anonymous said...

I would at least tape the first row that attaches to the hanger otherwise the shower curtain rings would be sliding all over the place and they'd all end up in a clump in the corner of the hanger. But who knows. . .it's worth a try.

Ellie said...

Awesome idea and I loved re-using some old stuff from around the house. Here's how mine tuned out: http://thegreatcraftscleanup.blogspot.com/2013/07/scarf-organizer-from-hanger-shower.html

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