Kraft Monster : Scarf & Accessory Hanger

Scarf & Accessory Hanger



  • 10 shower curtain hooks (the circular, plastic kind)
  • 1 pants hanger
  • Acrylic paint (optional)
  • Sponge brush
  • Painter's tape
  • E-6000 glue or a Gorilla glue that dries clear
  • Super glue
  • Wax paper
  1. Paint your hanger using a spone brush. I'm using Martha Stewart's Multi-Surface acrylic paint. It is metallic, in the color "rose gold."
  2. To do this, tear off a sheet of wax paper that's larger than your hanger and place it underneath, as to not get paint on your surface.  Also, tape off the hook part, just in case you splash paint on it by accident. 
  3. Again with the wax paper underneath your project, lay out the hooks in a triangular shape underneath the hanger to get the positioning correct. Stick the hooks using the E-6000 glue to the bottom of the hanger not in the middle directly allowing the hanger to open and close when finished.
  4. As a guide, draw little black dots on the hanger to help place the hooks directly in the center. Add the glue wherever the hooks touch. Make sure that the hooks are tight together so that they dry together.
  5. Build up the hooks to create the "v" or triangular shape.  Four at the top, three on the next row, two on the next, and one at the tip.  Let the hanger sit and dry there for an hour before moving to the next step.
  6. The completed look appears as below.


You are done!! Hang all your delicate and pricey scarves in order!!


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