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  • Jessa Gzym

    Do it yourself jewelry organizer for earrings and necklaces. The earring holder is made from a picture frame and an aluminum screen. The necklace organizer is made from a shelf and knobs.

  • Jolene Peters

    I like the hooks with the necklaces, not the picture frame. Really want to make a practical jewelry display so i'm not digging through a cluttered jewelry box in the dark every morning...

  • Teri Robinson

    Another jewelry organizer idea....... DIY jewelry organizer. I bought a shelf from Michael's and spray painted it to look like gray stone (it's awesome!) A cheap black picture frame from Target with craft stitch fabric hot-glued to the inside. I also bought 3 small, cheap wooden boxes from Michael's and painted them to set on top of the shelf and hold watches, earring backs, etc. get bottles to hold bracelets

  • Sarah Murphy-Taulli

    [DIY Jewelry Organizer] - Replace the back of a frame with a screen add a shelf with wall hooks and voila! All of your jewelry organized and in one place. i have a shelf like that with hooks and love it as a jewelry rack for my necklaces. picture frame is a great idea for earrings!!

  • Nicole Kendall

    Jewelry storage - already have the earring picture frame. Need the necklace hooks.

  • Elisha Kroger

    Another DIY jewelry holder :)

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another jewelry wall. never thought to use those hooks. rather ingenius of someone.

DIY wall lamp / do you like this lamp? I have one like this in my shop

DIY jewelry holder. I have the materials to make this. I already painted the peg board a similiar color. I was going to use it for necklaces but earrings would be good too!

Easy jewelry board. You could even re-cover an old canvas (from those awful school projects) with some fabric & use that. My mom refuses to get rid of our old it could be something useful!

DIY Key Holder 1. Buy a cheap frame, scrapbook paper, and rosettes from hob lob. 2. Print initial on paper - just picked a font I liked on word 3. Buy hook screws at home depot 4. Glue on rosettes and hang *or do this fancy one here :)