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The Imelda Marcos Shoe Hanger

“A great gift for Mom!”
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Step 1: Materials Needed

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wire hangers, wire cutters, spray paint, shoes


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• Handling pointed metal ends of wire hangers can cut or poke you.
• Use wire cutters with care; watch your fingers.
• Spray paint is harmful if ingested; it stains clothing and skin.

Step 3: Make the cuts

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With your wire cutters, cut off the bottom section of the hanger at each end.

Note: This should be fairly easy with the proper wire cutters.

Step 4: Curl the ends

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With your wire cutters, curl the cut point upward toward the hook of the hanger.

Note: You can curl the ends any way you’d like. By curling the ends, you protect yourself from getting cut.

Step 5: Finishing touches

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Outdoors (on a cardboard or plastic surface), use your favorite spray paint to coat each side of the hanger.

Note: Clear coat spray paint was used in the photo (this protects the metal of the hanger from rust).

Step 6: Admire your work

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When dry, take the hanger inside and hang your shoes and sandals on the hanger and in your closet.

Enjoy a more orderly closet!
cdevildevil2 years ago
Ok, I admit, I instantly favorited just for the The Imelda Marcos Shoe Hanger line.
Awesome idea :)