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9 DIY Jewelry Holders (I Want to Make)

Here’s something you might not know about me…my jewelry is a shameful mess. Yes! It’s true. I need to organize it stat! But, I don’t like half the jewelry holders, organizers, and stands out there. Besides, some of them are really expensive! That’s why I’ve decided to take matters into my own hands, by making one myself. I found a few DIY jewelry holders I’d love to make.

Now, I’m not a super crafty person. I’m just using these as inspiration for my own projects. On a side note, I love how all of these were either made from materials that they repurposed or already had laying around! These projects really have me in a DIY mood. Oh…and a “I think I can conquer my messy jewelry” mood too!

Share your favorite DIY jewelry holders with us in the comment section below!

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  • DIY Jewelry Organizer by A Time for Everything 2 of 10
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    Melissa over at A Time for Everything has made one of my favorite DIY jewelry organizers out there! OK...I don't own any of the materials to make this, but I don't think it would be too hard to find. Not only is this organizer super chic, but it has a place for everything. I love the vintage look too! 

     

    Image courtesy of A time for Everything

  • DIY Jewelry Stand by EPBOT 3 of 10
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    Do you love this "Dew" It Yourself Jewelry Stand by EPBOT as much as I do? Well...get ready for this, because this DIY project is made from Mountain Dew bottles. Yup! So clever...and super inexpensive too. 

     

    Image courtesy of EPBOT

  • DIY Stiletto Ring Holder by Crafty Chica 4 of 10
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    I'm such a big fan of Kathy a.k.a Crafty Chica! She's also a great friend. Her DIY Stiletto Ring Holder is so creatively her! I mean...who doesn't have a pair of stiletto's hanging around to display your hottest rings?

     

    Image courtesy of Crafty Chica

  • DIY Door Knob Jewelry Organizer by Glitter’N Glue 5 of 10
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    Kristen of Glitter'N Glue is sharing how she made this super cute DIY door knob jewelry organizer over at her blog.  I love how simply chic hanging your necklaces can look!

     

    Image courtesy of Glitter'N Glue

  • DIY Recycled Bottle & Box Bracelet Organizer by Decoratrix 6 of 10
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    When I saw this DIY recycled bottle and box bracelet organizer over at Decoratrix, I immediately thought "why didn't I think of this?" I love the simplicity! Warning—the web site is in Spanish, but I don't think a tutorial is need for this. 

     

    Image courtesy of Decoratrix

  • DIY Jewelry Holder by Mamie Jane’s 7 of 10
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    Have a few wooden blocks laying around? If I did, I'd totally make this antique-inspired DIY Jewelry Holder by Jane of  Mamie Jane's. She made this for her guests, so the could have a place to hang their jewelry when they visit. Creative and thoughtful! 

     

    Image courtesy of Mamie Jane's 

  • DIY Ring Display Case by Tea Rose Home 8 of 10
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    Sachiko of Tea Rose Home turned a $1 purchase into a DIY ring display case! She makes it look really easy and has definitely inspired me to make this soon!

     

    Image courtesy of Tea Rose Home

  • DIY Jewelry Holder by The DIY Mommy 9 of 10
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    Who knew a cutlery tray could look like this? Christina of The DIY Mommy made a jewelry holder as a way to display her favorite pieces. I love how you can easily paint it to match your own bedroom too!

     

    Image courtesy of The DIY Mommy

  • DIY Earring Holder by Craftaholics Anonymous 10 of 10
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    Linda of Craftaholics Anonymous turned a thrifted candle holder into this stunning DIY earring holder! I know I have to have one laying around here I can turn into something like this!

     

    Image courtesy of Craftaholics Anonymous

 

 

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