Necklace Holder DIY + Linky to Feature Your Content

I love necklaces, but keeping them all organized isn’t always an easy task. I came up with an easy way to organize my necklaces using a simple display Necklace Holder DIY. This Holder DIY tutorial is perfect for everyone, even those of us that aren’t that crafty.

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Necklace Holder DIY

Because you can personalize your own DIY Necklace Holder, you can choose any type of drawer pulls or color that strikes your fancy!  I decided to go with a vintage drawer pull look and a green paint, but remember this is your project to personalize and make your own.

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Get creative and let your imagination run wild! You can turn this project into anything you see fit.

Necklace Holder DIY Supplies

To begin, gather these supplies.

You will need:

  • 5 to 6 drawer pulls
  • One pice of wood, cut to about 2 feet long.
  • Your choice of paint

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How to Make Your Own Necklace Holder DIY

For the full tutorial on making your own necklace holder, watch the video below:


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  1. I somehow always ending up checking this late…but I love discovering new blogs. So many creative people out there!

  2. Such a great idea and so simple too! I love it!

  3. I love how it came up, thanks for the idea!
    Gracias for hosting the link up!

  4. Now I know what to do with all those drawer pulls when we replace them in our kitchen. They’re kind of plain, but I can dress them up with paint – dots, stars, that kind of thing. Thanks for the great idea! Pinning it for future reference!

  5. This is a sweet idea for jewelry.

  6. nice post

  7. Thanks for hosting the link up and I have really become a fan of you and would try to stay tuned. Thanks.

  8. Such a cute idea! I always find the cutest nobs at Anthro!

  9. Thank you so much for holding the linky!

  10. It’s a great link up, thanks for hosting!!

  11. Thanks for hosting ladies and have a great week! :)

  12. My hardware store doesn’t have cute awesome knobs like that, they have a pretty basic selection. This is so cute and I was just trying to find a way to store/hang my hats, I think this might work. Thank you for the inspiration and have a great day :)

  13. Love all the recipes and crafts! Great linkup. :)

  14. Thanks so much for the fabulous party! I love the DIY necklace holder. Pinned it!

  15. This is a cute idea. I am Pinning it. Thanks for hosting the Link-Up!

  16. I saw these at a craft show and bought two!

  17. Thanks so much for the party and the inspiration today. i love the necklace holder

  18. Thanks so much – what a fabulous group of SITS ladies and oh so many ideas! :)

  19. Love the necklace! Thanks for hosting. :)

  20. Loving the featured stuff this week & seeing inspiring ideas! That DIY necklace holder is perfect..I need something like that to hold jewelry and medals! Thanks for a great way to connect with fellow bloggers! :)

  21. This is perfect for my bedroom! I’m redecorating with a vintage flair. Thank you!

  22. Cute idea and one I think I just might try. I’m going to exchange the knobs for shells though. Thank you for the inspiration and for the linky party!!!!

  23. love this! super cute I need to install one in my closet!

  24. I love the necklace holder. I have all of my chunky statement pieces sorted by color (yay!) but hanging on various doorknobs in my room (not so yay!!) This would be a great way to display them


  25. I love these!!

  26. Thanks for hosting the party ladies.

  27. I love pretty necklaces. I once tried crocheting a couple of them and they turned out really cute.. i think i’m gonna try them again… :) thanks for sharing and inspiring!!


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