16 DIYs to Make a Necklace Holder
You may have necklaces of different designs and patterns, and organizing them is your topmost priority so that they do not get misplaced. Instead of shelling out a handsome amount in buying showy holders, you could consider channelizing your creative skills and make them at home. Check out the tutorials to design fabulous necklace holders at home.
The black and white twine used to hang the metal rack add to its rustic look.
Paint the board with the color of your choice to enhance its brightness.
You could attach photos of yourself or family on the sides for a personalized touch.
This six-chambered necklace holder would accommodate not just your necklaces but also other jewelry pieces like bracelets and earrings.
The decorative trim surrounding the tray adds to the uniqueness of the necklace holder.
Put your upcycled hanger into good use by designing pretty necklace holders out of them.
You could go for a designer color paper for an enticing touch.
The beautiful earring and necklace holder is practical and elegant. It has a thin storage tray at the base. You can also store rings and pendants in this.
The longish and rectangular structure of this jewelry box helps to fit in all the necklaces and earrings well.
The combination of white, pink, blue, and gold paint makes this driftwood necklace holder appear even more gorgeous.
To get a mobile necklace holder that you can carry along while traveling, the one shown in the picture would be apt. You could take the cue given in the link above to make a rolled-up necklace holder with pockets.
You could paint the antlers in brown if giving it as a Christmas gift.
Paint the small dowels in any color of your choice according to the occasion.
To gift someone a necklace holder, you could make a pretty box like this one coated with a bright-colored fabric.
With so many tutorials at hand, you would have an enjoyable experience in making these holders accommodate your jewelry. Besides the necklace holder, you could also make organizers for your earrings and bracelets separately.
Published on January 20th 2020 by Miranda Gibbs