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How To Make A Beautiful Mothers Day Jewelry Organizer

 

Learn how to make a jewelry organizer that is essential for keeping everything organized beautifully.

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Thanks to The Home Depot for sponsoring today’s post! 

I am super excited to share with you my version of the May 2017 DIH Workshop project today! My glammed-up Jewelry Organizer  turned out so pretty. I did run into one little problem after I finished making this project. I’ll share that little detail with you towards the end of the post…so no jumping ahead and peeking, ok?! 

Learn how to make a jewelry organizer that is essential for keeping everything organized beautifully.

If you love having all your jewelry organized in one place, a simple project like this is perfect. I knew exactly where I wanted to hang my organizer, in my bedroom right between my two glamorous dresser lamps. 

Learn how to make a jewelry organizer that is essential for keeping everything organized beautifully.

So to compliment this space, I decided to glam this organizer up with a little bling of it’s own. 

Learn how to make a jewelry organizer that is essential for keeping everything organized beautifully.

This whole project took me about two hours from start to finish. If I didn’t have to wait for the paint to dry, I could have easily finished in about 30 minutes. So easy right?!

Of course, I gathered all the supplies I needed at Home Depot and while I was there, I had them cut my wood.  (Why not?!) So when I got home, I immediately started painting the wood for the frame. I thought a pretty off white color would be perfect for the elegant, glam look.  

Learn how to make a jewelry organizer that is essential for keeping everything organized beautifully.

When that dried, I installed corner braces on the back to secure the frame. 

Learn how to make a jewelry organizer that is essential for keeping everything organized beautifully.

Then I simply placed the aluminium sheet over the braces and secured with a stapler. 

I flipped the frame back over and gave the organizer a one time sanding just to smooth out any brush strokes in the paint. The last step was to install my three knobs on the bottom and my two upper side hooks. I then easily added a little picture hanger on the back and that’s all there is to this simple project!

 

I hung it on my bedroom wall and then started organizing all my jewelry. Want to know the only problem I ran into with this project? Apparently, I need more jewelry! 

Learn how to make a jewelry organizer that is essential for keeping everything organized beautifully.

If you loved how my Jewelry Organizer turned out, be sure and register for the #DIHWorkshop to make your own! 

Learn how to make a jewelry organizer that is essential for keeping everything organized beautifully.

But wait! There’s more!

Visit the other amazing bloggers and see their version of the Mother’s Day Jewelry Organizer by simply clicking on the name of their blog linked below:

Domestically Speaking / DIY Huntress / The Turquoise Home

Inspiration for Moms (that’s me!) / Shades of Blue Interiors / Remodelando La Casa

Sawdust 2 Stitches / Live Laugh Rowe / Petticoat Junktion / Cherished Bliss   

 

And don’t forget to sign up HERE to build your Mother’s Day Jewelry Organizer!

Learn how to make a jewelry organizer that is essential for keeping everything organized beautifully.

 

*The Home Depot partners with bloggers such as me for DIH Workshop program.  As part of this program, I received compensation for my time.  They did not tell me what to purchase or what to say about any product mentioned in these posts. The Home Depot believes that consumers and bloggers are to form their own opinions and share them in their own words. The Home Depot’s policies align with WOMMA Ethics Code, FTC guidelines and social media engagement recommendations.

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11 Comments

  1. I love how well it goes with the two lamps! I also run into the same problem! Good thing, that’s easy to fix. 😀
    Hey, nice video.

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