5 Steps To Make Coat Hooks From Paint Tins

 

 

Standard coat hooks don’t allow for anything more then one jacket on their little metal arm, but what are you suppose to do with the scarves, the gloves, handbags or even the keys? We have a solution! Here are 5 easy peasy steps to make coat hooks from empty paint tins.

 

Materials

  • Emptied paint tins. (Get artistic and refinish the tin)?
  • 2 screws long enough to reach into wall studs
Tools

  • Long handled screwdriver or screw gun with sufficient extensions to reach bottom of can
  • Small drill
.
Step 1.
With the handle in a horizontal position, layout and make 2 small mounting holes at the top and bottom of the can within an inch or less of the edge.Step 2.
Locate and mark stud position on wall for upper screw position.Step 3.
Screw through the upper hole of the can into the wall stud but not quite snug to the wall.Step 4.
Straighten the can and screw through the lower hole of the can into the wall stud snug to the wall.Step 5.
Snug up first screw.Step 6.
Hang, stuff, drape and regain control of your entry space!

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Steps To Make Coat Hooks From Paint Tins

 

 

Standard coat hooks don’t allow for anything more then one jacket on their little metal arm, but what are you suppose to do with the scarves, the gloves, handbags or even the keys? We have a solution! Here are 5 easy peasy steps to make coat hooks from empty paint tins.

 

Materials

  • Emptied paint tins. (Get artistic and refinish the tin)?
  • 2 screws long enough to reach into wall studs
Tools

  • Long handled screwdriver or screw gun with sufficient extensions to reach bottom of can
  • Small drill
.
Step 1.
With the handle in a horizontal position, layout and make 2 small mounting holes at the top and bottom of the can within an inch or less of the edge.Step 2.
Locate and mark stud position on wall for upper screw position.Step 3.
Screw through the upper hole of the can into the wall stud but not quite snug to the wall.Step 4.
Straighten the can and screw through the lower hole of the can into the wall stud snug to the wall.Step 5.
Snug up first screw.Step 6.
Hang, stuff, drape and regain control of your entry space!

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Steps To Make Coat Hooks From Paint Tins

 

 

Standard coat hooks don’t allow for anything more then one jacket on their little metal arm, but what are you suppose to do with the scarves, the gloves, handbags or even the keys? We have a solution! Here are 5 easy peasy steps to make coat hooks from empty paint tins.

 

Materials

  • Emptied paint tins. (Get artistic and refinish the tin)?
  • 2 screws long enough to reach into wall studs
Tools

  • Long handled screwdriver or screw gun with sufficient extensions to reach bottom of can
  • Small drill
.
Step 1.
With the handle in a horizontal position, layout and make 2 small mounting holes at the top and bottom of the can within an inch or less of the edge.Step 2.
Locate and mark stud position on wall for upper screw position.Step 3.
Screw through the upper hole of the can into the wall stud but not quite snug to the wall.Step 4.
Straighten the can and screw through the lower hole of the can into the wall stud snug to the wall.Step 5.
Snug up first screw.Step 6.
Hang, stuff, drape and regain control of your entry space!

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Steps To Make Coat Hooks From Paint Tins

 

 

Standard coat hooks don’t allow for anything more then one jacket on their little metal arm, but what are you suppose to do with the scarves, the gloves, handbags or even the keys? We have a solution! Here are 5 easy peasy steps to make coat hooks from empty paint tins.

 

Materials

  • Emptied paint tins. (Get artistic and refinish the tin)?
  • 2 screws long enough to reach into wall studs
Tools

  • Long handled screwdriver or screw gun with sufficient extensions to reach bottom of can
  • Small drill
.
Step 1.
With the handle in a horizontal position, layout and make 2 small mounting holes at the top and bottom of the can within an inch or less of the edge.Step 2.

Locate and mark stud position on wall for upper screw position.Step 3.

Screw through the upper hole of the can into the wall stud but not quite snug to the wall.Step 4.

Straighten the can and screw through the lower hole of the can into the wall stud snug to the wall.Step 5.

Snug up first screw.Step 6.

Hang, stuff, drape and regain control of your entry space!

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Steps To Make Coat Hooks From Paint Tins

 

 

Standard coat hooks don’t allow for anything more then one jacket on their little metal arm, but what are you suppose to do with the scarves, the gloves, handbags or even the keys? We have a solution! Here are 5 easy peasy steps to make coat hooks from empty paint tins.

 

Materials

  • Emptied paint tins. (Get artistic and refinish the tin)?
  • 2 screws long enough to reach into wall studs
Tools

  • Long handled screwdriver or screw gun with sufficient extensions to reach bottom of can
  • Small drill
.
Step 1.
With the handle in a horizontal position, layout and make 2 small mounting holes at the top and bottom of the can within an inch or less of the edge.Step 2.
Locate and mark stud position on wall for upper screw position.Step 3.
Screw through the upper hole of the can into the wall stud but not quite snug to the wall.Step 4.
Straighten the can and screw through the lower hole of the can into the wall stud snug to the wall.Step 5.
Snug up first screw.Step 6.
Hang, stuff, drape and regain control of your entry space!

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Steps To Make Coat Hooks From Paint Tins

 

 

Standard coat hooks don’t allow for anything more then one jacket on their little metal arm, but what are you suppose to do with the scarves, the gloves, handbags or even the keys? We have a solution! Here are 5 easy peasy steps to make coat hooks from empty paint tins.

 

Materials

  • Emptied paint tins. (Get artistic and refinish the tin)?
  • 2 screws long enough to reach into wall studs
Tools

  • Long handled screwdriver or screw gun with sufficient extensions to reach bottom of can
  • Small drill
.
Step 1.
With the handle in a horizontal position, layout and make 2 small mounting holes at the top and bottom of the can within an inch or less of the edge.

Step 2.

Locate and mark stud position on wall for upper screw position.

Step 3.

Screw through the upper hole of the can into the wall stud but not quite snug to the wall.

Step 4.

Straighten the can and screw through the lower hole of the can into the wall stud snug to the wall.

Step 5.

Snug up first screw.

Step 6.

Hang, stuff, drape and regain control of your entry space!

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Steps To Make Coat Hooks From Paint Tins

 

 

Standard coat hooks don’t allow for anything more then one jacket on their little metal arm, but what are you suppose to do with the scarves, the gloves, handbags or even the keys? We have a solution! Here are 5 easy peasy steps to make coat hooks from empty paint tins.

 

Materials

  • Emptied paint tins. (Get artistic and refinish the tin)?
  • 2 screws long enough to reach into wall studs
Tools

  • Long handled screwdriver or screw gun with sufficient extensions to reach bottom of can
  • Small drill
.
Step 1.
With the handle in a horizontal position, layout and make 2 small mounting holes at the top and bottom of the can within an inch or less of the edge.

Step 2.

Locate and mark stud position on wall for upper screw position.

Step 3.

Screw through the upper hole of the can into the wall stud but not quite snug to the wall.

Step 4.

Straighten the can and screw through the lower hole of the can into the wall stud snug to the wall.

Step 5.

Snug up first screw.

Step 6.

Hang, stuff, drape and regain control of your entry space!

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Steps To Make Coat Hooks From Paint Tins

 

 

Standard coat hooks don’t allow for anything more then one jacket on their little metal arm, but what are you suppose to do with the scarves, the gloves, handbags or even the keys? We have a solution! Here are 5 easy peasy steps to make coat hooks from empty paint tins.

 

Materials

  • Emptied paint tins. (Get artistic and refinish the tin)?
  • 2 screws long enough to reach into wall studs
Tools

  • Long handled screwdriver or screw gun with sufficient extensions to reach bottom of can
  • Small drill
.
Step 1.
With the handle in a horizontal position, layout and make 2 small mounting holes at the top and bottom of the can within an inch or less of the edge.

Step 2.

Locate and mark stud position on wall for upper screw position.

Step 3.

Screw through the upper hole of the can into the wall stud but not quite snug to the wall.

Step 4.

Straighten the can and screw through the lower hole of the can into the wall stud snug to the wall.

Step 5.

Snug up first screw.

Step 6.

Hang, stuff, drape and regain control of your entry space!

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Steps To Make Coat Hooks From Paint Tins

 

Standard coat hooks don’t allow for anything more then one jacket on their little metal arm, but what are you suppose to do with the scarves, the gloves, handbags or even the keys? We have a solution! Here are 5 easy peasy steps to make coat hooks from empty paint tins.

 

Materials

  • Emptied paint tins. (Get artistic and refinish the tin)?
  • 2 screws long enough to reach into wall studs
Tools

  • Long handled screwdriver or screw gun with sufficient extensions to reach bottom of can
  • Small drill
.
Step 1.
With the handle in a horizontal position, layout and make 2 small mounting holes at the top and bottom of the can within an inch or less of the edge.

Step 2.

Locate and mark stud position on wall for upper screw position.

Step 3.

Screw through the upper hole of the can into the wall stud but not quite snug to the wall.

Step 4.

Straighten the can and screw through the lower hole of the can into the wall stud snug to the wall.

Step 5.

Snug up first screw.

Step 6.

Hang, stuff, drape and regain control of your entry space!

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Steps To Make Coat Hooks From Paint Tins

 

Standard coat hooks don’t allow for anything more then one jacket on their little metal arm, but what are you suppose to do with the scarves, the gloves, handbags or even the keys? We have a solution! Here are 5 easy peasy steps to make coat hooks from empty paint tins.

 

Materials

  • Emptied paint tins. (Get artistic and refinish the tin)?
  • 2 screws long enough to reach into wall studs
Tools

  • Long handled screwdriver or screw gun with sufficient extensions to reach bottom of can
  • Small drill
Step 1.
With the handle in a horizontal position, layout and make 2 small mounting holes at the top and bottom of the can within an inch or less of the edge.

Step 2.

Locate and mark stud position on wall for upper screw position.

Step 3.

Screw through the upper hole of the can into the wall stud but not quite snug to the wall.

Step 4.

Straighten the can and screw through the lower hole of the can into the wall stud snug to the wall.

Step 5.

Snug up first screw.

Step 6.

Hang, stuff, drape and regain control of your entry space!

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Steps To Make Coat Hooks From Paint Tins

 

Standard coat hooks don’t allow for anything more then one jacket on their little metal arm, but what are you suppose to do with the scarves, the gloves, handbags or even the keys? We have a solution! Here are 5 easy peasy steps to make coat hooks from empty paint tins.

 

Materials

  • Emptied paint tins. (Get artistic and refinish the tin)?
  • 2 screws long enough to reach into wall studs
Tools

  • Long handled screwdriver or screw gun with sufficient extensions to reach bottom of can
  • Small drill
Step 1.
With the handle in a horizontal position, layout and make 2 small mounting holes at the top and bottom of the can within an inch or less of the edge.

Step 2.

Locate and mark stud position on wall for upper screw position.

Step 3.

Screw through the upper hole of the can into the wall stud but not quite snug to the wall.

Step 4.

Straighten the can and screw through the lower hole of the can into the wall stud snug to the wall.

Step 5.

Snug up first screw.

Step 6.

Hang, stuff, drape and regain control of your entry space!

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Steps To Make Coat Hooks From Paint Tins

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5 Steps To Make Coat Hooks From Paint Tins

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5 Steps To Make Coat Hooks From Paint Tins

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5 Steps To Make Coat Hooks From Paint Tins

 

Standard coat hooks don’t allow for anything more then one jacket on their little metal arm, but what are you suppose to do with the scarves, the gloves, handbags or even the keys? We have a solution! Here are 5 easy peasy steps to make coat hooks from empty paint tins.

 

Materials

  • Emptied paint tins. (Get artistic and refinish the tin)?
  • 2 screws long enough to reach into wall studs
Tools

  • Long handled screwdriver or screw gun with sufficient extensions to reach bottom of can
  • Small drill
Step 1.
With the handle in a horizontal position, layout and make 2 small mounting holes at the top and bottom of the can within an inch or less of the edge.

Step 2.Locate and mark stud position on wall for upper screw position.

Step three: ??Screw through the upper hole of the can into the wall stud but not quite snug to the wall.

Step four:??Straighten the can and screw through the lower hole of the can into the wall stud snug to the wall.

Step five:??Snug up first screw.

Step six:??Hang, stuff, drape and regain control of your entry space!

 

 

 

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5 Steps To Make Coat Hooks From Paint Tins

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