Jewelry boxes you can buy are all very well, but if you’ve got an extensive pile of bangles, baubles and beads, you can look to DIY jewelry organizers as the answer to your clutter woes. There are DIY jewelry organizers for all levels of skill with tools and some where no tools are necessary, just some creativity. You’ll be quite taken with the homemade jewelry organizers in this little compilation.
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One of the simplest DIY jewelry organizers is a cork bulletin board. Jazz it up how you like.
You don't need great carpentry skills to knock together a simple box display. Use thread reels, corks or door knobs for hangers.
All this takes is a length of chain and 2 cup hooks.
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Buy a pole (curtain, shower or closet) from a DIY store and end pieces and add some butchers hooks.
This is made from a frame, some plastic vinyl weave canvas and hooks. Fairy lights optional.
If you have confident DIY skills you could try your hand at this homemade jewelry organizer. It’s made from equal-sized picture frames with padded centers, mounted on drawer runner in a cabinet.
You may want to go for a number of different organizers to accommodate all types of jewelry.
Simply a matter of fixing door/drawer knobs to a length of painted wood. Mount of a piece of driftwood for a rustic or beachy theme.
I didn't notice at first but these are actually toilet roll holders and a towel rail. Very clever!
Easy to do even if you’ve never done DIY before.
Make a box and add cup/curtain hooks and some little bowls.
You can buy plastic cross stitch canvas at hobby and craft stores and online. Mount in a frame and you're good to go with your own handmade jewelry organizer.
Recycle a branch from your garden or picked up on a country walk. You could spray paint the branch too.
Chicken wire is great to use because it saves you having to think about what to use for your earrings.
You can usually find wooden cutlery trays pretty cheaply in homeware departments.
This is made from a box frame, eyelets and wire.
The way to go if you want a hanging jewelry holder.
This is a smart idea. It's a piece of shaped wooden rail with tacks that has been painted.
It looks very masculine until you hang the jewelry on it.
Various items for around the house can be repurposed as DIY jewellery organisers.
This is the head of a garden rake!
What a great way to upcycle an old window frame.
Cut your DIY teeth with this little project. It's dowels and hooks and strings.
Another way to use silverware trays.
I think this is a great way to repurpose something you maybe wouldn't have thought of yourself.
This is made from paper rolls. I was thinking you could add some cylindrical florist oasis too - to push your earrings into.
If you've got a creative eye, all sorts of household objects can become arty jewelry holders.
With the addition of some hooks, a shelf can become a very handy homemade jewelry organizer.
This is a hand towel rack.
If you don't fancy messing around with wood, hammers and stuff, how about spraying some egg cartons?
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Fix your branch to the wall if you don't want it standing in a vase/bottle.
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You can find this type of board in DIY stores and kitchen shops.
These are plastic drawer organizers you can find practically anywhere. Cut foam to shape.
So simple. So practical.
No need for carpentry skills when you can refashion an old drawer,
Good idea if you’ve got an extensive bangle collection.
Got an old nuts and bolts organizer hanging around? Turn it into a jewelry carousel.
This is extremely clever. It's a stencil on a wall with nails strategically placed.
Another simple but very effective DIY jewelry organizer.
From the kitchen to the bedroom!
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Just screw some hooks into wooden clothes hangers and get organized.
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Fill a frame with corks, add a few hooks and you're all set.
Are you inspired to make your own jewelry organizer now you’ve seen all these great ideas?
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