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DIY Jewelry Holder


RachelMetz
RachelMetz
RachelMetz
RachelMetz

I personally don't own a ton of jewelry so I wanted to create something that would be able to hold the little that I have in one place. I gathered up some scrap wood I had on hand and went to work! As with all DIY's, you can customize this project to fit your exact needs for your jewelry and space.

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  1. Project Steps

    1. Step: 1

      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.

    2. Step: 2

      Clamp the backing of your jewelry holder down and cut off one corner.

    3. Step: 3

      Glue (4) 1 x 3 together to create the frame of the jewelry holder.

    4. Step: 4

      Clamp to secure and check right angles with speed square.

    5. Step: 5

      Use Corner Cat Finish Sander to clean up any excess glue or bumps/bruises that may have occurred while working on it thus far.

    6. Step: 6

      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.

    7. Step: 7

      Then shot a pin nail into the back of the jewelry holder through each dowel to ensure it can hold the weight.

    8. Step: 8

      On the open corner, staple wire piece to cover entire corner to hang earrings off of.

    9. Step: 9

      With 3/4 drill bit, drill one hole into each 1 x 2 piece.

    10. Step: 10

      Glue and pin nail one into each bottom corner.

    11. Step: 11

      Shimmy 15 inch dowel piece in and voila! A place for your belts.

    12. Step: 12

      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!

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DIY Jewelry Holder

by RachelMetz
Nov 02, 2018

I personally don't own a ton of jewelry so I wanted to create something that would be able to hold the little that I have in one place. I gathered up some scrap wood I had on hand and went to work! As with all DIY's, you can customize this project to fit your exact needs for your jewelry and space.

Project Steps

  1. Step: 1

    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.

  2. Step: 2

    Clamp the backing of your jewelry holder down and cut off one corner.

  3. Step: 3

    Glue (4) 1 x 3 together to create the frame of the jewelry holder.

  4. Step: 4

    Clamp to secure and check right angles with speed square.

  5. Step: 5

    Use Corner Cat Finish Sander to clean up any excess glue or bumps/bruises that may have occurred while working on it thus far.

  6. Step: 6

    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.

  7. Step: 7

    Then shot a pin nail into the back of the jewelry holder through each dowel to ensure it can hold the weight.

  8. Step: 8

    On the open corner, staple wire piece to cover entire corner to hang earrings off of.

  9. Step: 9

    With 3/4 drill bit, drill one hole into each 1 x 2 piece.

  10. Step: 10

    Glue and pin nail one into each bottom corner.

  11. Step: 11

    Shimmy 15 inch dowel piece in and voila! A place for your belts.

  12. Step: 12

    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!