Cuts will vary for this project for each person's space. Below are the cuts I made that will fit the wall I'd like to hang it up on. 1 x 3 cut down into (2) 24 inch pieces & (2) 13 1/2 inch pieces, 5/8 dowel is cut down to (5) 2 3/8 inch pieces & (1) 15 inch piece and 1 x 2 cut down to (2) 3 inch pieces.
Clamp the backing of your jewelry holder down and cut off one corner.
Glue (4) 1 x 3 together to create the frame of the jewelry holder.
Clamp to secure and check right angles with speed square.
Use Corner Cat Finish Sander to clean up any excess glue or bumps/bruises that may have occurred while working on it thus far.
I decided to use 5 small dowel pieces to holder my necklaces but feel free to add more or less to customize it to your needs. I added a dab of glue to hold in place.
Then shot a pin nail into the back of the jewelry holder through each dowel to ensure it can hold the weight.
On the open corner, staple wire piece to cover entire corner to hang earrings off of.
With 3/4 drill bit, drill one hole into each 1 x 2 piece.
Glue and pin nail one into each bottom corner.
Shimmy 15 inch dowel piece in and voila! A place for your belts.
Everyone's jewelry holder needs are different! I hope this inspires you to create something unique and one of a kind for your space. I decided to leave it unfinished as wood accents fill up this room so it works perfectly. I created two simple boxes of out of scrap wood and glue! Perfect for my tiny rings. Happy DIY'ing!