Corral Phone Charger Cords with a Charming Holder

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We can’t live without our cell phones these days but the cords, at least for me, often get in the way while the phone is charging. How many times have you tripped over the cord while charging your phone, or accidentally pulled your phone to the floor by the cord? This charming little cell phone wall pocket fixes that problem in a flash.

Not only is this holder a handy solution, it’s also lovely to look at. Choose your favorite fabrics and trim to match your decor.

Cell Phone Wall Pocket

It’s also a wonderful gift for just about anyone. Select fabrics in colors and styles the recipients will love. This is a quick and easy project that you’ll have finished up in no time, so while you’re at it make an extra one to have on hand for a last minute gift.

While the holder is designed to hang directly from the charger at the outlet, the designer, Bev of Flamingo Toes, says:

“I don’t really recommend hanging this for any length of time from your charger, you don’t want to put a ton of weight on that. I keep a Command Hook next to my outlet and hang it there – it’s super convenient and doesn’t put any stress on your charger or the outlet!”

The holder is sized to hold a standard phone, ear buds and for tucking in the cord. You can easily increase the size to handle a super sized phone.

Don’t be put off by the grommet. It’s super easy to install and you don’t need any special tools (click here for a grommet tutorial). Just be sure to select a size that will fit the charger (if you’ll be hanging your holder as displayed in the photo). You’ll find a selection of grommets here.

Click here for the free “Easy DIY Phone Charger Holder” tutorial.




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