1. Wild Animal Hanger
This wild animal jewelry hanger looks amazing against an accent wall. Angelique from Le Marche Eclectique shows us how to make it.
Supplies: a wooden plank, some plastic animal toys, a little handsaw (or very shape knife), white spray paint (or another color if you prefer), glue, a ruler, and a pencil.
1. Draw a line in the middle of the wooden plank with the pencil; this will act as a guiding line for where to place your animals.
2. Cut plastic toys in the middle with the handsaw.Don’t worry, plastic toys are really easy to cut!
3. Follow the drawn line to stick the half plastic toys on the wooden plank. Press the toys firmly so they stick, then allow to dry.
4. Paint the plank and toys with white spray paint. Allow to dry.
Done! Simply hang your jewelry on the animal hooks.
2. Chalkboard Cubbies
Attach empty tape rolls to a corkboard and you have snazzy circular jewelry cubbies. This post has the details.
3. Faux China
Create a China-inspired jewelry display with faux plates, embroidery hoops, teacups, and foam. Check out this tutorial.
Spray paint two planks of wood, attach them with hinges, add hooks, and you have a simple but elegant jewelry hanger, as created here.
5. Painted Burlap
Frame painted pieces of burlap, and use them as art-pieces-turned-jewelry-hangers. Here are the details.
6. Leather and Twig
Make a rustic chic hanger with a twig and strips of leather. This post shows you how.
7. Scrapbook Paper and Photos
Cover a piece of wood with scrapbook paper, then add photos to make a jewelry hanger full of happy memories, like this blogger did. Attach hooks to the bottom for your necklaces.
Dye a piece of lace with tea to give it an older look. Then hang it on the wall for a simple striking jewelry hanger, as done here.
9. Colorblock Driftwood
Paint a piece of driftwood, add hooks, and you’re done! Check out this blog post.
10. Ram Dish
Create this clever Anthro hack with some plastic animal figures, plates, and spray paint.
11. Giraffe Dish
Or try this variation on the wild animal thing with papier mache and gold leaf. These directions show you how.
12. Stacked Plates
Stack plates with brass candlesticks between for a quick and easy jewelry stand, as done here.
13. Chicken Wire
Create a chicken wire web in a wooden frame, as done here. Add a few nails so you can hang necklaces as well as earrings.
Super easy, and super pretty. Put some branches in a funky old vase, and hang your necklaces, as done here.
15. Wood Samples
Wooden floor samples have a pathworky aesthetic. This post shows you how.
16. Clothing Hanger
WIth an old coat hanger and some loop screws, you’ve got a quick and easy jewelry hanger. Check out this tutorial.
Just spray paint a grater and you’ve got a jewelry hanger. You can also decorate the top with a piece of vintage lace, like this blogger did.
Turns out most bottles are just the right size for bracelet storage. This fun idea was spotted here.
19. Thread Spools
Cover a piece of wood with fabric, and use a power drill to secure spools that are perfect for necklace hanging. This tutorial has the details.
20. Hardcover Book
Drill gold nails into old book covers for necklace hanging, like, this blogger did.
21. Ombre Wooden Pegs
This post shows you to drill a dowel into segments, paint each a shade of the same hue, then glue to a black backboard for an elegant hanger with a pop of color.
22. Wire Frame
Paint or decorate an old frame, then secure wire with a staple gun. Follow this tutorial.
23. Staircase Spindle
Paint an old staircase spindle, stick a cork in the top with wires coming out, and make a bracelet bouquet. This blogger shows you how.
24. Repurposed Tray
This blogger performed an amazing makeover on an old set tray, turning it into a storage unit suited to a serious jewelry stash.
Fix various pieces of hardware onto a fabric-covered board, as done here.