Grab some wood and chipboard and get busy in some simple wood cuttings and measurements! Soon you will be having this inset jewelry cabinet hanging on your wall! A neat and low-cost jewelry storage system for those who just like it to work with hands! Door will not be work as a protection against dust but will also double up the jewelry hanging space! Full DIY tutorial here infarrantlycreative
This hinged jewelry holder is attractive and very functional and it’s cheap and easy to make – our favorite kind of DIY. You need a couple of pieces of wood and in whatever size you want. Just make sure that they’re both the same size. Paint or stain them however you want and then hinge them together to make a sort of folding, standup board. Then just add command hooks or nails for hanging necklaces and bracelets and you’re all set. You could also add small baskets at the bottom to keep other pieces in that won’t really hang well.
59.  Anthropologie Necklace Knock-off ~ You can make this adorable knock off for a whole lot less than Anthropologies $138 price tag with a little hot glue, flower pattern a few necklace supplies and this tutorial!  {score}! 60.  Anthropologie Inspired Necklace ~ It’s not too early to start making your Christmas gifts.  Start with this beautiful fabric necklace.  It’s perfect for your sister, mother or even teachers. 61.  5 Minute Fabric Rosettes ~ I love this simple and inexpensive technique for making fabric rosettes.  Courtney says, “If you can twist and roll fabric and dab some glue, you’re golden.”  They are made by using fat quarters and mod podge for adhesive.  Add these lovelies to headbands, homemade jewelry, brooches, clothing or anywhere your heart desires.
While buying jewelry pieces from the mall is definitely a convenient way to add accessories to your wardrobe, finding designs that are unique and different from others is the challenging part. That's why opting to create a piece of jewelry yourself is a fun alternative that will surely provide you with something crafty and out-of-the-ordinary. From DIY activities that transform shark teeth into necklaces to projects that allow you to morph scarves and pieces of plastic into bangles, these DIY jewelry ideas will surely offer you some inventive ways to add unique accessories to your wardrobe.
A magnetic board and a few magnetic hangers will give you the perfect place to hang and keep all of your jewelry organized. You can paint the board and the hangers to match your décor and they are perfect for holding necklaces and bracelets. The hangers are just a few dollars each at Wal-Mart and you can find the magnetic board at any office supply store. Or, if you have an old board that you aren’t using, you’re halfway there and you can just add the hangers to keep your jewelry within reach and untangled at all times.
This hinged jewelry holder is attractive and very functional and it’s cheap and easy to make – our favorite kind of DIY. You need a couple of pieces of wood and in whatever size you want. Just make sure that they’re both the same size. Paint or stain them however you want and then hinge them together to make a sort of folding, standup board. Then just add command hooks or nails for hanging necklaces and bracelets and you’re all set. You could also add small baskets at the bottom to keep other pieces in that won’t really hang well.
1.  Layered Earring DIY ~ The layered look of these earrings is fabulous!  Can you believe that they are felt?  Simply trace and cut the desired shape on felt and attach to fish hooks.  How simple yet elegant! 2.  DIY Tassel Earrings ~ Tassels aren’t just for curtain tie backs or lamp shades.  I think they are perfect for earrings too!  Simply use your choice of chain whether it’s gold, silver or bronze and tie it off with matching wire.  If you desire a punch of pizzazz you can add some colored thread! 3.  DIY Patinaed Filigree Earrings ~ These patinaed filigree earrings are absolutely fabulous!  And of course, very stylish!  Learn how to patina earrings with a technique using craft acrylic paint, distressing and clear spray paint.
There are a number of ways that you can make a jewelry tree and they are perfect for hanging your bracelets or necklaces. For the simplest version, just grab a nice twig from the yard and stick it in a vase. Voila! You have necklace storage that costs nothing and literally takes about two minutes to make. You can also be a bit more crafty and create a beautiful tree that will hold necklaces, bracelets, and even rings if you want to take a bit more time. A jewelry tree looks great wherever you sit it and really does help to keep your jewelry organized.
Turn an ordinary picture frame into a great looking jewelry organizer! The process is pretty simple, remove the back parts of picture frame that help it to stand alone and just paint the cardboard and refit again! Paint the cardboard in paint colors you like and finish with a gold leaf as shown! Now you can start using it as a jewelry organizer! Complete picture tutorial and guide here mymelodrama
74.  Framed Lace Jewelry Display ~ We women like our babbles, this is a great way to display them when they aren’t around our neck or in our ears! Using frames and lace you can create a fun way to organize your necklaces and earrings! Don’t you love it when being stylish and being organized are one in the same!?! 75.  DIY Ring Storage {Jewelry Storage and Display} ~ This post features a great diy project where you’ll learn how to take an inexpensive divider tray and make it into a chic place to store and display your rings. Easy on the eyes and because it was made for a couple bucks it’s also easy on the wallet.

While buying jewelry pieces from the mall is definitely a convenient way to add accessories to your wardrobe, finding designs that are unique and different from others is the challenging part. That's why opting to create a piece of jewelry yourself is a fun alternative that will surely provide you with something crafty and out-of-the-ordinary. From DIY activities that transform shark teeth into necklaces to projects that allow you to morph scarves and pieces of plastic into bangles, these DIY jewelry ideas will surely offer you some inventive ways to add unique accessories to your wardrobe.
An old wooden coat hanger can be transformed into the perfect jewelry organizer with a few small hooks and maybe some decorative ribbon. First, decorate the hanger however you want, if you want. Then add tiny command hooks for holding necklaces and bracelets. You can stick the hooks into the wood all the way around the hanger and even on both sides if you want. You get loads of space for hanging your jewelry and a wooden hanger will cost only a few cents at thrift stores so this is a really cheap project as well.
Tired of digging through the drawers while finding specific items of jewelry? Want to organize your designer’s jewelry in a more splashy way? And are you walling a spell-binding display for your fashion-worthy earring collection? Just get crafty with the ordinary materials of home to gain all ideal types of jewelry organizers and jewelry displays having in your desire-list! Use the retired picture frame, recycle the old wood from home and also upcycle the cutlery trays into beautiful organizers!
Old wooden set trays can be next on your dressing room wall as ultimate DIY jewelry organizer! If not available in home, visit the nearby dollar store to gain a wooden set tray and just recondition it and also add it up with some hooks for necklace hanging purposes! Bundles of columns and compartments will give the user so many options to store his jewelry without making a mess! Full DIY tutorial Here tonyastaab
If you happen to be replacing your staircase spindle, you’ve got the makings for the perfect jewelry holder. Even if you don’t have a spare spindle sitting around, you can pick them up really cheap at yard sales, flea markets, or any number of thrift stores. You’ll need a round piece of wood to hold the spindle up and some wire for hanging your jewelry. This is a beautiful jewelry organizer that you can paint or stain any color you need to match your décor and it’s really easy to make. The wires stick out in different places, giving you the perfect place for hanging all of your longer jewelry pieces.

When you’re organizing jewelry, you certainly can’t forget about the little girls in your life. This kids’ organizer is perfect for little necklaces and bracelets and it’s very easy to make. You’ll need wooden pegs and a frame, which you can get for around $1 each and something to fill in the center. We love the idea of using an old loom to create a place in the center for hanging earrings. This is a really easy project and one that your little one can help you to make and decorate. Just add a little paint or decoupage some pictures on the frame.
It is irritating always for style lovers to find their necessary jewelry items tangled! If you have also tired of digging through drawers while sorting out a special jewelry item then time to make your own custom DIY jewelry organizer! Here is a thrifty and stylish one to draw your attention! Grab some paper or wooden dowels and those old candlesticks to duplicate it now! Full instructions and tutorial here lifeannstyle
An old embroidery hoop and a few strips of lace give you the perfect place to hang and organize your earrings. You don’t even have to glue this one. Just separate the hoop and place the lace ribbon inside before putting it all back together. The hoop hangs perfectly on the wall and you can add as much lace as you need to keep all of your earrings organized. It’s beautiful, easy to make, and best of all, cheap. You can literally make one of these in about five minutes and if you have the hoop and lace on hand, it won’t cost you anything. You could also use strips of fabric if that’s what you have.
Some old drawer pulls and other hardware can be attached to a board to give you the perfect place for keeping all of your jewelry organized. You need a board, which you can paint or stain any color that fits your current décor. Then just take those old drawer pulls, hinges, and knobs (which incidentally, you can pick up at yard sales and thrift stores for a steal) and attach them in different ways. Create a pattern or just put them wherever you think they’ll work best. You get a beautiful place to store and display all of your jewelry and for very little cost.

6.  DIY Colorblock Earrings ~ Revamp your plain hoop earrings with some embroidery thread.  All you have to do is wrap the thread around the earring and super glue your ends to keep from coming loose. 7.  DIY Rhinestone Earrings ~ Look at these gorgeous hoop earrings!  I love the mixtureof rhinestone chain and eye pins that hangs from the hoops.  The step by step tutorial is so easy to follow, if you have not made jewelry before this post will definitely inspire you to give it a try. {wink}

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