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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.
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
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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Eleni from MMSO says
Such a great idea and so simple too! I love it!
Adriana- Hogar-Mujer says
I love how it came up, thanks for the idea!
Gracias for hosting the link up!
Anne-Marie @ This Mama Cooks! On a Diet says
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!
This is a sweet idea for jewelry.
Herbal Bau Badan says
Thanks for hosting the link up and I have really become a fan of you and would try to stay tuned. Thanks.
Amber @ ExSoyCise says
Such a cute idea! I always find the cutest nobs at Anthro!
Thank you so much for holding the linky!
Fotini Roman says
It’s a great link up, thanks for hosting!!
Sandi @ A New York Foodie says
Thanks for hosting ladies and have a great week! 🙂
Meg @ Lip Gloss and Lumber says
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 🙂
Crystal Ponti says
Love all the recipes and crafts! Great linkup. 🙂
Tasha @ Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body says
Thanks so much for the fabulous party! I love the DIY necklace holder. Pinned it!
This is a cute idea. I am Pinning it. Thanks for hosting the Link-Up!
I saw these at a craft show and bought two!
Thanks so much for the party and the inspiration today. i love the necklace holder
Thanks so much – what a fabulous group of SITS ladies and oh so many ideas! 🙂
Love the necklace! Thanks for hosting. 🙂
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! 🙂
This is perfect for my bedroom! I’m redecorating with a vintage flair. Thank you!
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!!!!
camille davis says
love this! super cute I need to install one in my closet!
Cheryl at Snaps of Ginger says
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
Ashley @ Married to the Game says
I love these!!
Annamaria @ Bakewell Junction says
Thanks for hosting the party ladies.
[email protected] chic crochet says
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!!