APPALLED by the cost of a belt hanger ($7.99 and rising –  for a hanger with tiny hooks) I decided to make just that – a hanger with tiny hooks.

You will need:
A wooden hanger

Tiny hooks (also called cup hooks)

A drill
A drill bit smaller than the cup hooks. I don’t deal in bit, screw, or nail sizes yet. Working on it.

To do:
Mark where you want the holes, drill them, and twist the cup hooks in using pliers. So you probably need pliers too, unless you have monster fingers.

Ta da!

And depending on the angle of the hanger (this one angles slightly forward) you can use the lower bar to hang belts or sashes or your guy’s tie that you found on the floor because he doesn’t have one of these yet. Not unless you have two hangers…

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