Jewelry Holder


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I love this DIY Jewelry Holder. And the best part is that I used mostly reclaimed wood and parts. It's so versatile, it can be used for an Earring Organizer, Necklace Hanger or even for Bracelets.

I made this one out of a Drawer I got at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. I think it was used in a Pantry as a pull out drawer.

You can opt to paint it all one color, add a separate color to the back or even decoupage some scrap book paper to it. There are tons of decorative options.

This is what you'll need...

Supplies:

Low profile Drawer

Paint (I used Amy Howard in Linen & Get In Gear)

Scraps of wood

Decorative Metal Sheet

Cup Hooks

D-Rings

Purdy Paint Brushes

Metal Snips

Lathe Screws

Brad Nails - Length will depend on the depth of your scrap wood. We used 1".

Work Gloves

Power Tools Needed:

Ryobi AirStrike Brad Nailer

Makita Power Drills

Drill Bits

Ryobi Compound Saw

Now that you have all the supplies and power tools needed for this Jewelry Organizer, watch this quick video that shows you how to put it all together.

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Blessings!

Anna

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