My friend Maya keeps talking about needing something to display her jewelry. She wants something fun and functional that she can display – and she wants to DIY it. I’m not quite sure what she has in mind, but I’ve been trying to help her figure out what she wants by pulling together ideas – that’s how this collection of 20 DIY jewelry organizers came about! There are some really brilliant ideas here, and a lot of them use items you already have and/or recycled surfaces. You’re going to love these DIY jewelry organizers; just scroll down to see the inspiration
DIY Jewelry Organizers
Use painted pegboard and frames to make an attractive jewelry display that is also useful.
This earring storage solution is perfect to put on display, and you can add as many tiers as you like.
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Twinkie used plastic animals and plaques for an interesting place to hang her jewelry.
Ombre and stained balsa wood come together to make this simple yet colorful jewelry rack.
Decorate a canvas and then add cup hooks to make a jewelry display that doubles as wall art.
Yes, you read that right – two plates glued together with a candlestick can be used for dessert – but also to display jewelry!
I never think about using plastic canvas in crafts, but Morena shows it’s useful for holding jewelry in a pretty wood frame.
Turn black steel pipe and other items from the craft store into a cool jewelry display.
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Use hardware like handles, knobs and pulls to make handy places for jewelry to hang.
This shelf is made from empty tape rolls, and is perfect for holding larger jewelry items (and you can hang earrings in the cork!).
I love how the nailhead trim and denim fabric on a plain bulletin board gives Ann Marie’s jewelry display a sophisticated twist.
Elizabeth turned an old jewelry box into a cute craft – I love the fun theme!
If you don’t have a lot of space on your countertops, this sewn storage provides a ton of compartments, and hangs nicely in the closet.
Beckie made a jewelry display and use a crib end as the door – genius!
It’s easy to find old shutters at the Goodwill or a Restore – just paint and hang.
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You can get terra cotta pots on the cheap from the hardware store – then you just need to add a little paint to make them pretty.
This handmade jewelry holder could also be made using a mug tree – I love the color!
An old pants hanger becomes a unique jewelry storage rack – and you can even put it on the wall to display!
A plain plastic organizer will do for jewelry – but don’t forget to add the washi tape to make it pretty and fun.
Add brass dowels to wood blocks for a simple and modern jewelry display.