How to Make a Wall Mounted Jewelry Organizer

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Introduction: How to Make a Wall Mounted Jewelry Organizer

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Frustrated with how to organize your jewelry? Why not make your own jewelry organizer! In this episode, learn how to make a frame to transform an ordinary picture frame into a DIY jewelry organizer, using easy to find materials and simple tools. You will be able to store your jewelry on the wall, out of sight, while at the same time displaying a beautiful photo. Having decorative items like this DIY jewelry holder that also function as storage is perfect for small space decorating.

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    TonyW159
    TonyW159

    1 year ago

    This is an outstanding idea! I am going to go a bit bigger though, because my wife has a plethora of earrings! (Some fault my own). I just have one question. Why is the brilliant young lady who made the cool organizer in the video not wearing earrings? LOL

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    pat didion
    pat didion

    5 years ago on Introduction

    i would sew small chain on fabric before stapling , to hang earrings. great idea!!

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    BriannaV2
    BriannaV2

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Hi, i like this idea, and will try it. I move quite often and need a quick secure way to move my jewelry without it getting all tangled up, and without packing & unpacking each item. With this design i can lay a piece of sturdy cloth or cardboard between the items hanging on the front and the items on the back, to keep them from tangling in transit. Just place the cloth/cardboard inside, close the door, remove frame from wall, lay it down flat in a box or suitcase ... then at new location reverse the steps. Easy peasy.

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    EYSpace
    EYSpace

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Great idea - hadn't thought of that!

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    happyflirt
    happyflirt

    7 years ago on Introduction

    brilliant I have been looking for something like this for ages! and this is exactly what I was looking for ! Thank you

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    EYSpace
    EYSpace

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Glad you like my design - I love having my jewelry organized but out of sight! Have fun making yours.

    Isabelle