If you have a few pieces of chicken wire on hand, you can create an absolutely stunning hanger for your earrings and other jewelry. You’ll need a one-by-two foot piece of chicken wire as well as a few pieces of wood to build the frame. The framed holder hangs with a piece of ribbon or whatever you want to use to hang it and it costs only about $2 to make. Plus, it’s relatively easy and will hold loads of jewelry. Add a few small nails or hooks to the wooden part for holding necklaces and bracelets and your earrings will just hang across the wire in the center.
Reclaim the old boxes from home and fill them soft with felt folds! This will turn them into ever beautiful ring boxes! You can make use of different accents, glitter and metallic papers to personalize the final appeal of your finally finished ring box! The given box is inspired of Gatsby and is perfect inspiration for DIY jewelry storage systems! Complete details here whimseybox

4.  Vintage Inspired Earrings ~ These flower cabochon earrings are absolutely stunning!  No jewelry skills needed to make these beauties.  If you don’t have flower cabochons you could use large buttons, large beads, a pair of broken vintage earrings or pieces from a vintage bracelet.  Anything with a flat back will work. 5.  DIY Colorblock Stud Earrings ~ These Kate Spade inspired color block earrings are fantastic!  You will need to purchase some wood furniture buttons (30 for under $2) and paint them with your favorite nail polish.  Easy peasy!
24.  Embellished Resin Rings ~ These rings are similar to the resin rings I featured above but with a bit more bling and sophistication! I think I’d better go out and buy some Mod Podge Dimensional Magic stat.  I am in LOVE with these rings! 25.  Resin Ring Tutorial ~  This resin ring is a bit different in that it uses photos or photo paper for the design on the ring.  I love the idea of a photo ring! 26.  Fork Ring Jewelry Tutorial ~ There are so many fun uses for this great tutorial.  You could use this as a craft activity for a class or youth group.  Or you could also make a sentimental gift for a new bride or parent having an anniversary using one of their wedding silverware. 27.  DIY Girl’s Flower Ring ~ This craft is easy enough the kids could make one too!  Just get  your hands on some cute buttons, and turn them into these fun rings, with the band made from a stretchy headband.  I think this would be an especially cute gift for a young teen.

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
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!
8.  Stella & Dot Rhinestone Earrings {Knock-off} ~ Diamonds are a girls best friend, right?!  We never said that they had to be the real mccoy.  These rhinestone earrings are amazing.  Two different sized rhinestone chains and different lengths of link chain were used for added dimension. 9.  DIY Fringe Earrings ~  Who would have thought that using fringe for earrings could look so beautiful?!  Genius, right?!  Alison designed these lovelies said that you can buy the fringe in an array of colors at the fabric store, or you can dye white fringe to your desired shade.

4.  Vintage Inspired Earrings ~ These flower cabochon earrings are absolutely stunning!  No jewelry skills needed to make these beauties.  If you don’t have flower cabochons you could use large buttons, large beads, a pair of broken vintage earrings or pieces from a vintage bracelet.  Anything with a flat back will work. 5.  DIY Colorblock Stud Earrings ~ These Kate Spade inspired color block earrings are fantastic!  You will need to purchase some wood furniture buttons (30 for under $2) and paint them with your favorite nail polish.  Easy peasy!


46.  DIY Sculpey Bead Necklace ~  This Sculpey bead necklace DIY tutorial is so clever! Use this fabulous post to create a stylish necklace, perfect for gift giving that can be worn both casually or dressy! 47.  Braided Rhinestone Necklace {Necklaces} ~ This braided rhinestone necklace is right on trend with bling plus neon! Learn how to update a classic looking rhinestone necklace with this fabulous tutorial! Perfect for daughter and mother!
4.  Vintage Inspired Earrings ~ These flower cabochon earrings are absolutely stunning!  No jewelry skills needed to make these beauties.  If you don’t have flower cabochons you could use large buttons, large beads, a pair of broken vintage earrings or pieces from a vintage bracelet.  Anything with a flat back will work. 5.  DIY Colorblock Stud Earrings ~ These Kate Spade inspired color block earrings are fantastic!  You will need to purchase some wood furniture buttons (30 for under $2) and paint them with your favorite nail polish.  Easy peasy!
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.
36.  Scrap Fabric Bracelets {how-to} ~ These beautiful braided bracelets are made from scraps of fabric and require no sewing. A great gift that girls of all ages would love and can create. If you want more pizzazz to your bracelet you can sew on a flashy button or keep it simple with a knot tie. 37.  Wrapped Chain Bracelets ~ Bracelets are so trendy right now and the more the merrier! So creating a few DIY bracelets might give your wallet a little relief and occupy a little time being crafty!  Using plastic bead trim, embroidery floss, dollar store bangle bracelets and this tutorial you will be able to easily make these stylish bracelets! 38.  How to Turn a Zipper into a Bracelet {5 ways}  ~ Five fabulous tutorials to turn a simple zipper into a gorgeous bracelet.  The tutorials include cuffs, bangles, wrapped bracelets and even a blinged out bangle. 39.  DIY Colorblock Bangle ~ Restyle an old bangle bracelet with some embroidery thread and a hot glue gun.  Simply wrap the thread around the bangle in a colorblock pattern and adhering the ends with hot glue.  Wouldn’t this also be fabulous in an ombre pattern?! 40.  How to Make an Art Deco Watch – This Art Deco Watch is the perfect accessory for your Fall and Winter wardrobe!  It’s a perfect mixture of ribbon, chain link, and decorative flowers. 41.  Fabric Flower Bracelet ~ Here is a great tutorial on making a wrapped fabric flower.  You could easily attach it to a handbag, hat, brooch or do as they did in the tutorial and make a bracelet.  Attaching a little charm gives it just the right touch! 42.  DIY Friendship Bracelet ~ Friendship bracelets are all the rage these days with the kids.  Who would have thought that they would be popular again?  In case you have forgotten how to make them, this easy to follow tutorial will show you how.
Oh how we love repurposing old garden tools! This old garden rake is beautiful as a new necklace and bracelet holder. This is one of our favorite jewelry organizing projects. It’s easy, cheap, and works wonders for helping you to keep your necklaces from getting tangled. You just need the end off an old rake which you can pick up at flea markets or yard sales. Just sand, paint, and hang the old rake end and then hang your necklaces on it. Easy, right? And, this is a beautiful jewelry holder that has a wonderfully rustic look. You can even add a piece of twine for holding those dangly earrings.
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