As I was cleaning/organizing out garage, I realized I didn't have many ways to hang up all my garden tools. I thought these little little coat hangers might be just the thing.
So, I went up our hill to where we have holly going (that, in and of itself, was quite an adventure, as the kids wanted to come, and my daughter was having a hard time making it up the hill). I cut down a section of holly wood to use to make some coat hangers. I LOVE how dense the holly is, and it's a really neat white color, too.
I made four coat hooks, since that's how many I could get out of the holly I brought down. I made some with two branch-hooks on them, for extra storage of smaller tools.
I found my little spoon carving knife really handy for getting in the hard-to-reach areas between the trunk and branch.
I made the backs flat, so they don't roll and lie flat, but kept them thick because the wall they'll be going on is behind a deep work bench. The work bench is too deep for me to reach to the wall, so having these thicker will help me reach them.