It is a rack that fits on the back of her closet door to keep all (actually about 2/3) of her necklaces tangle free! My wife is something of a fashion-ista and has a ton of jewelry, some of it expensive. She is kind of rough on them too because she wears them pretty much all of the time. This was my solution to keep them from being damaged, tangled and lost..
You will need, a level, tape measure, mounting brackets and screws, eye hooks,pencil, and rubber feet (from furniture section in Home Depot) .
I used a 2x4 sheet of MDF board about 1/4 inch thick. Im not sure about the prices on a lot of these items, because most of them I had stored in my garage. I got this stuff from Home Depot and Lowes.
These are most of the thing you should start with.
We put the longest necklaces along the top and the shortest ones along the bottom. We calculated about 16 evenly spaced hooks would do the trick.
Clamp the two pieces together after applying glue and clamp them GOOOOOD. Use scrap wood to keep from damaging the pieces. Make sure you give them plenty of time to dry. I just left it overnight.
I went to the internet and found a pattern that my wife liked, a leopard print, and printed it out to give me an idea of what to paint on the board.
I used a roller to paint the first 3 coats of paint so that no brush strokes were left on the finish.
Notice that i had to hags the top of the board off of the counter due to the brackets.
Notice also that I had chicken-pot-pie for dinner. This part was crucial.
Screw in a eye hole hook to each of the pre-drilled holes that you did in step 3.
This took some patience. The top of the board was thick enough that the screws weren't noticeable on the reverse side, but the second row went all of the way thru. Not to worry though, movin on.....
P.S. on my wifes closet door, I had to cut notches out for the hinges. This may not be need for all door, but if so, you can use a jigsaw or a japanese pull saw like I did.
I used hot glue to make sure the adhesive would always hold.
Make sure to NOT put these feet onto the board that you glued to support the brackets. Then it wont properly attach to the door.
One screw in each side will be enough because the weight of the whole contraption will be pulling down, not out.
Hang all of those necklaces up and have your dog inspect your work!!!!!
I hope ya'll liked my first 'ible, there will be more to come if all goes well!