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DIY - Jewelry Organizer - DIHWorkshop and Link Party

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This DIY jewelry organizer is a cute and fairly easy project that you can create this weekend and have ready for mother's day.

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white round side table in bedroom with jeweled picture frame

Creating a Jewelry Organizer like the one in the picture below is one of the many workshops you can take at the Home Depot.  This time, they asked a group of bloggers, including me, to make our very own version of this same project and today I'm revealing what I came up with.

I always love to see the many different ideas for the same project, and this post it's exactly that,  you can find the links to the other Jewelry organizers at the end of this post.

pink jewelry organizer hung on the closet door

This is an easy project, that you can make your own, whether by customizing its final decorating style or by making it more intricate depending on the tools you want to use to create it.

Let's take a look at what I created using these poplar boards and copper sheets that I found on sale at the Home Depot!
metallic radiator cover sheets for diy projects

Ha, I bought a whole bunch of those copper sheets, I'm sure they're going to be pretty useful for coming projects.  

The tools & materials you'll need:

So, let me show you the twist I gave to my Jewelry Organizer:

The first step I took for creating the frames was to cut rabbets all along one side of the poplar boards, I was going for a regular picture frame look.

Note: As I said before, you can use the tools you have. I used a router, but that's not necessary. During the workshop, simple tools are always used.
rabetting board to create picture frames using the cordless Ryobi router
Ryobi ONE+ Trim Router | Rabbeting Bit |


I decided to put my new Ryobi Trim router to good use, and I have to tell you that I LOVED it! It's so light and easy to use, and it's always great not having those pesky cords in the way.

The depth was set at 1/8in. and the guide was also set for the cut to be at ¼in. from the edge.

jewelry organizer with diy picture frames and metallic radiator covers
 RYOBI Miter Saw |

I went for a classic frame. Mitering the corners.

how to put together mitered corners with Ryobi brad nailer and staples
RYOBI Brad Nailer |


Wood glue, 1¼" brad nails, and staples kept those corners looking good and strong.

spray painting wooden frames and radiator covers with spray paint

After sanding and dusting the frames, I applied two coats of Rust-Oleum Vintage Teal spray paint on them. The copper sheets were also spray painted.

How to hold picture or glass into the picture frame with Glazing points
Glazier's Steel Push Points

Once the copper sheets and frames had dried, they were put together using push points.

duck cloth as picture frame backer

Sawtooth hangers were also added.

One of my frames got a different treatment: A duck cloth with a sign on it.


Instead of one, I created a set of three.
vintage teal jewelry organizer with rods to hang bracelets
Pearls... Sign | transfer paper |

I couldn't agree more with Mrs. Jackie Kennedy's words: Pearls are always appropriate.

I created that little sign that I transferred onto fabric. You can download it here.

vintage teal and white jewelry holder

a little shelf with tons of cup hooks to store necklaces
Brass-Plated Cup Hooks

One extra little shelf with tons of hooks for lots of storage. ;)
Jewelry organizer in bedroom with pink hydrangeas


bracelet storage in jewelry organizer

This is a project you can totally customize to your own likes and needs.

vintage teal and white with pops of gold


This set of jewelry organizers is keeping that corner of my bedroom looking pretty. ;)  Hey, I need to go jewelry shopping!

vintage teal and deep pink hydrangeas by the side of the window



DIHWorkshop jewelry organizer with radiator cover



Now, let's see all the awesome jewelry organizers that my blogging friends created!

Cherished Bliss     



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8 comments :

  1. Cristina, I love it! Your quote and the little shelf is perfection. :)

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    1. Thanks Laura! I also love the touch of glam you added to yours. <3

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  2. Love the teal and the ledge you added for your rings!

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    1. Thanks MaryAnn! I'm still hooked at that color after what? four years! I wonder what's gonna be the next.
      Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. What a pretty way to display your jewels!

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    1. Aww, thanks Sheila! It was a necessity. I'm so happy to have it!

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  4. OMG! THAT is exactly what i need! This is the perfect set and looks amazing! But I think I can't do it by myself, I don't have all the instruments you have :( Why don't you start selling sets like this?
    Erika the leather cleaning expert

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  5. This is beautiful! I have been looking for something to make my jewelry studio/office pretty! I love the colors! Thank you for sharing!

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