Simple twine storage using scrap wood and long nails or screws.

A couple of weeks ago, I posted about using Clorox wipe containers that are cut in half.  Today, I am sharing how I store my twine.  

I like to utilize as much wall space as possible to maximize my storage area in my craft area in the basement.

Simple twine storage using scrap wood and long nails or screws.

When it comes to storing my twine, I made a very simple and easy holder.  I grabbed some scrap wood and whatever nails or screws I had around that were long enough.

Simple twine storage using scrap wood and long nails or screws.

I nailed or screwed the hardware into my scrap board at a slight angle so that the twine wouldn’t fall off.

That’s it!

Simple twine storage using scrap wood and long nails or screws.

I know a lot of people don’t like to put holes in their walls – I am not one of those people!

It is so simple to fill in a little hole if you move something later, and it is so liberating to use your space how you want instead of following “rules” other people make up!

Because of the weight of the board with all of this twine, I used a picture hook because it helps distribute the weight better for a stronger hold.

If you are wondering how I attached the wire that the board hangs from, I put two little nails on either side of the board (like Frankenstein’s head) and then I wrapped the wire around that to create a hanger.

Over the next few weeks, I  will continue share more cheap organizing ideas for all kinds of stuff!

 

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