25 Cool DIY Ideas for Making a Jewelry Holder
Your dresser might boast of tons of accessories but when it comes to arranging them a standard jewelry box is the only alternative you can think of for getting rid of the clutter. So instead of going the conventional jewelry-organizing route, your creative hands can dish out the following whimsical jewelry holders, maintaining tidiness and gracing your décor as well.
Glam up a jaded wooden photo frame to keep your best pairs at an easy-to-access place. It’s time to bid goodbye to the shabby jewelry box.
Throw away the glass covering of a distressed shadow box, decorate it with a gorgeous wallpaper, and drill few screw hooks to whip up this praise-worthy DIY creation.
A plastic canvas is the first and the foremost craft material you need to bring home to reuse an old photo frame for stashing your treasured baubles.
Wooden skewers or rods offer an excellent way to organize your gorgeous designed earrings and necklaces and hook them up against the wall.
Salvaged Drawer Jewelry Holder
An adoringly, rustic-looking jewelry organizer showcasing a dizzying array of custom ornaments neatly arranged in a row with knobs at one side for accommodating your extra load of collections just in case you run out of space.
The numerous leafless branches planted firmly in a small pot are waiting to get decked with glittery accessories adding a rustic vibe to the room while bringing the nature indoor.
The craggy silhouette of deer antlers with pointed boughs demands a classy embellishment and nothing goes better than long necklaces, bracelets, and dangly earrings.
Revamp a discarded bulletin board to make a panel display of jewelry. Just push the pins into the board and get your possessions laid on it.
Jewelry Holder: Do It Yourself
An exciting addition to your dressing table for showcasing rings and necklaces, the beautifully molded hand exemplifies a unique form of art. As oodles of plaster of Paris have to be used, the project could get a bit messy.
Cups and dishes make up this 3-tiered jewelry display stand for holding your accessories.
Here’s another unconventional style of organizing hordes of necklaces with a mannequin dressed in a sparkling pink gown.
A repurposed cabinet door frame and few cup hooks are the only materials you need to make a glossy jewelry display.
What could else be a better way to utilize a built-in wall cabinet than metamorphosing it into an up-to-date jewelry holder?
Keep your most-worn jewelry intact on a framed jewelry organizer. Do not forget to cover the frame with a fresh coat of metallic paint.
Animal-Themed Jewelry Organizer
Your showcase might have a collection of mini animal toys. Why not give one of them a complete transformation by decorating with ostentatious accessories?
You won’t be able to stop patting your back after crafting a snazzy jewelry storage box for organizing magnificent dangles, studs, and statement rings all at one place.
Driftwood Branch Jewelry Holder
A piece of driftwood made into a rugged necklace rack giving a whole new definition to your glitter embellishments.
Simple Way to Make Jewelry Holder
Perhaps, one of the most straightforward solutions for handling the burgeoning accessories is a spray-painted animal showpiece.
Chicken Wire Jewelry Organizer
Next time, you stumble upon a distressed window frame when cleaning your garage or emptying the basement, do not throw it as your innumerable sets of jewelry are looking for a new storage space.
Girls Jewelry Fabric Organizer
There are more cool options for assembling umpteen fancy ornaments with repurposed wooden stuff, household items, or just anything that meets your eye. Now you can shop for some more trendy rings and lockets and chuck them into your DIY jewelry holder without tucking into the drawers of the dresser.
Published on January 13th 2016 by Michelle Anderson
Love all 25 of these DIY necklace and jewelry holders! Because of your post I think I can even make some of these in my free time this cold winter! Cheers! XOXO