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Mar 18

DIY Statement Necklace Holder

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DIY Statement Necklace Holder

Hello friends, I hope all is well in your world.  If you are like me and love costume jewelry or perhaps went overboard purchasing statement necklaces from Walmart, then this DIY is for you.  

I have several jewelry boxes and holders, but a few years ago my necklace collection got too large so using just a few supplies, I created a necklace holder that sits on the floor in our spare bedroom.

Statement Necklace DIY AVI

I purchased the pegboard from Home Depot and had them cut it in half so that I could add hinges making it easier to stand on the floor in my closet.  This is also a great way to display jewelry if you sell at Yard Sales and Flea Markets.

Statement Necklace DIY Supplies

 

Pegboard purchased at Home Depot

If you prefer to keep the pegboard full size to hang, then attach it to a wooden frame first.  You can then hang it on your wall or inside a closet door, just make sure it’s not too heavy with a lot of jewelry otherwise it will fall down or pull away.

 

Hinges @ Home Depot Pegboard Hooks @ Home Depot

The pegboard hooks are usually found a few aisles away from the pegboard which I don’t understand, but there’s a large assortment to choose from.

If you prefer not to screw on the hinges use cable ties as they are very sturdy and will hold the two pieces together. Save yourself some money because Cable Ties can also be purchased at Dollar Tree.

Cable Ties @ Home Depot

Go to my YouTube channel to view the how-to video,  you will see how an unorganized mess became a more organized mess with this easy DIY Statement Necklace Holder in just a matter of minutes.

Statement Necklace DIY Mess

How do you keep your jewelry organized?  

Statement Necklaces organized

New Year ~ New You.

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  1. imagesbytdashfield

    I keep my stuff in their original bags and boxes in one somewhat messy designated drawer 🙂

  2. Sonya K

    This is such a great idea!

  3. Whitney 'Nic' James

    Love this idea, sis! Great job!

    ~Whitney
    http://www.whitneynicjames.com

    1. DelBlogger

      Thank you lil sis – Happy Hump Day!

  4. Neti*

    Great idea my dear. I do not have as much as you do and use a cork board with pins for my stuff.

    1. DelBlogger

      Yes, that is a great idea as well and yes, I do have too much…time to purge and donate.

  5. Louida (@MissLouMae)

    What a great idea! My current necklaces are getting tangled up so I need to do something like this.

    1. DelBlogger

      Glad I could help…I have too many necklaces, need to purge and donate a few.

  6. Dana

    Great idea and so simple!
    Must ask my husband if he want to make this for me! 🙂

    have a good time
    Dana
    http://danalovesfashionandmusic.blogspot.de/

    1. DelBlogger

      Cool, I’m sure he will do it for you.

  7. Kachet - The Lipstick Giraffe

    I had to start hanging mine too! They were getting out of control. 🙂 While I don’t use pegboard for the hooks, I want to use a pegboard to add on little shelves and boxes for possible bracelet, ring and earring storage! Do I hear a Part 2 coming? 🙂 Cheers!

    1. DelBlogger

      aaaah…thank you for the idea! Hope all is well.

  8. Me and My Mini Me

    What a great idea! I need to make one of these. I have way to many statement necklaces that are just too heavy for my regular necklace holder.

    1. DelBlogger

      Yes, then this would be a perfect option, but be careful not to hang it on the wall because it can pull away. Have a great weekend.

  9. Karen of MrsLookingGood

    Now you’re the Queen of DIY too! That’s a great idea and can’t believe you have TONS in your collection! *envious* I use an Ikea towel holder which does the job but does nothing to display my necklaces.

    1. DelBlogger

      I know…I have too much, several years ago I was addicted literally to online shopping with Jewelrymax.net. I definitely need to purge and donate much of it.

  10. whosaprettygirl

    What a clever idea! Thanks for sharing. Seeing you and other bloggers posting about $5.00 statement necklaces from Walmart…well, I had to go and check it out for myself! Unbelievable deal!
    Darlene
    http://whosaprettygirl.com

    1. DelBlogger

      Ok Darlene, share…which ones did you get?

      1. whosaprettygirl

        It was hard, but I managed to stop myself from buying any. Hard to believe, huh!

        1. DelBlogger

          Good for you!

  11. Jessica

    This is so simple, yet so perfect. I have not outgrown my jewlery box yet. When I accumulate too many, I usually get rid of them. In fact I probably need to do that now so I can go on a shopping spree again. 🙂

    1. DelBlogger

      Jessica, I like your thinking! I really do need to get rid a lot of them, which is a weekend project in itself.

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