Organize all your earrings in various shapes and sizes by placing them in these cool earring holders. The DIYs will help to keep your dressing table clutter free and lessen your search for a specific earring that goes with your dress when you do not want to be late for a party or a date.
If you want to be enlightened on making jewelry holders in general, you may visit our article, 25 Cool DIY Ideas for Making a Jewelry Holder.
A rustic piece of burlap glued to a stand-up picture frame make plenty room for storing your ear studs and danglers.
The lace background given to the vintage picture frame brings on the old-world charm in style.
Alternatively, you can take a butterfly frame and cover it up with mesh, tulle, thick veil or screen to make a charming earring holder. Add glitter to the frame for some sheen.
This white earring display can be leaned against any support or hung on the wall. Since you need to use a staple gun to adhere screen door fabric to the wooden frame, ensure that the latter is sturdy enough.
Studs are the hardest to organize and hence, you tend to lose them often. A piece of sponge cut to the size of a small container addresses your woes in this regard.
A couple of turquoise coats of paint can transform a boring picture frame with elan. Staple on mesh, radiator cover or chicken wire to complete the earring holder.
The making of this earring holder tree has been explained in the above linked video tutorial. You can use it to store your necklaces, watches and other jewelry as well.
House your unruly studs with ease by molding some polymer clay into an adorable display stand with legs.
Pierce the lid of a shoe box to store your stud earrings in pairs so that you do not lose track of any of them. If you want, you can put the holder at the bottom of a drawer of your dresser for ease of use.
Lace fabric or trims make this earring holder look classy. Paint the frame in a color that matches with the lace for a dainty look.
Fabric covered foam hair rollers stuck to the bottom of a shallow cardboard box allows you a quick and easy way to organize your studs. If you want, you can cut off the cardboard and attach a piece of glass to the top cover to make it transparent.
A satin ribbon attached to the top of the embellished frame allows this charming earring display to hang.
Add some color and glitz to your dressing table by displaying your stunning chandelier and hook style earrings from a door screen held in place by a stylish picture frame.
A narrow strip of fine European lace stuck to gold ends bars at their ends and hung from a hook drilled into the wall by a peach leather cord comprises this exquisite earring holder.
Pack your studs in the rolled fleece cushions that fill up this brilliantly painted wooden box. You can cover the rolls with velvet for a luxurious look and feel.
A plastic grid or canvas cut to the perfect size and glued over a decorative picture frame is all it takes to make this shiny earring holder.
This vintage earring holder can be leaned against a wall or set on your dresser for easy access. If you want, you can hang it from the wall by securing a couple of metal hangers at its back and tying a velvet ribbon at the top.
Embellish the dark frame with self-adhesive gems and pearls to give it a girly look.
For this, you can take any plain frame of the specified size sand and paint it in the desired color. Then you simply have to glue white cotton crochet lace and fabric to the frame in thin strips without covering the empty space completely.
Here strips of beautiful white lace have been stuck between the rings of an embroidery hoop and hung on the wall to display your prettiest earrings.
A frame with slide inserts allows you to fix stiff plastic canvas in it without having to use any glue.
If you are a proud owner of say, a clock or just about any other showpiece housed in a small Eiffel tower wire frame, you can use the latter to make a quaint holder for your earrings.
In the above linked step-by-step you will be guided on making a chicken wire frame that can be utilized in creating a rustic wooden earring holder.
Cut an owl shape from a block of air dry clay, sculpt the face and body features with the end of a plastic knife and poke holes all through the owl to turn it into an earring display stand. Complete it by painting.
Paint an old picture frame in colors of your choice to make a cute earring holder for your little girls. If you don’t want too many colors or texts on the frame, you might as well give it a charming baby pink shade as suggested in the above-linked tutorial.
Craft or popsicle sticks are secured to a black plastic screen with heart shaped brads and mounted on the wall by a yellow satin ribbon.
A little box with felt rolls hot glued inside holds a little girl’s earrings wonderfully in its grooves. It can serve as a jewelry box by housing your rings as well.
Fixing a humble cheese grater to an old picture frame makes up the most of this cute earring holder project.
The blue ribbon gives the aluminum sheet of the earring holder a feminine charm.
Choose a giant frame that matches with the paint on your walls for this project. Then you just need an aluminum sheet cut to the perfect size and craft glued in place. Let the glue dry completely before setting it up.
A spinning earring storage made with embroidery hoops fixed on a wooden base makes accessing your big earring collection simple without consuming a lot of space.
A Hello Kitty picture frame attached with cardboard that is covered with colorful magazine cutouts is all about feminine charm. A cat frame would also look lovely. If you are guy but still fond of studs, find yourself a mustache frame to hold your studs. Giraffe, horse, gymnast and guitar are some other shapes you could try.
Fit a sheet of punched metal into an adjustable shadow box to make an enviable earring display.
The linked article gives you a handful of ideas to make compact earring card holders by recycling playing cards, business cards, gift bag tags, book pages, etc. Just punch holes in the paper and you are set.
You can take the help of the below template to shape the cards out of any thick paper.
If you are a frequent traveler, you can never go wrong with this foam booklet earring case to keep your favorite accessories organized. Check out the peace sign in the front of the book.
Learn how to put an alphabet, letter, initial or monogram on burlap. If you want, you can hang this over the door for last minute touches before leaving.
If you want, you can make a peace sign as well on your earring holder.
A rectangular window screen was cut to fit the open are of an antique wooden picture frame.
This wired one offers ample space for your hoop earrings and gauges.
While here a rectangular frame was used, you can take a frame in the form of a flower or a peacock for this project as well.
The linked instructions are for making this letter l earring holder. Woodwork enthusiasts can also make a small toy ladder, drill small holes in it and thus create a cute earring holder. Paint the ladder in your choice of color.
Embroidery hoops make these splendid earring holders for the wall.
Check out the part of the post that talks about making earring holders.
Bring back the Victorian era in style with this DIY.
The wire mesh serves as a net to help insert your accessories.
Check the blog post by the author entitled “The Burlap Earring Holder”.
Show your love for your sweetheart by building her this romantic earring holder.
Sample a great way to turn a cheese grater into a stunning earring display.
You can spray paint the wooden frame in white or just keep it as is to combine its rustic look with the chic lace.
This one is going to make your travels clutter-free.
You can recycle your old Barbie doll, attach a few hooks and be ready with a mannequin earring holder as shown in the video.
The T’s are made with cardboard tubes that are fabric covered and glued to each other. You need to pierce holes in the tubes for accommodating the earrings.
Gather your supplies and start working on these cool earring storage ideas to display your lovely accessories in a fashionable way while at the same time keeping them organized and neat. People will be talking about your wonderful crafting skills once you show the world your creations.
Published on July 28th 2016 by Peyton Derrida