My jewelry was all over the place and it was getting really difficult to find certain pieces so I decided that it was time to get organized! It was getting to the point where I was only wearing what was on top because it was easier than sorting through the mess!
This piece is made up of 2 home depot yardsticks, a yard of scrap decorative molding, upholstery nails and picture hanging materials. I used wood glue to attach the yardsticks and molding then painted the whole thing. Because I used yardsticks, it was really easy to space the upholstery nails perfectly.
Here is a close up of the upholstery nails. My necklace holder came out to roughly $10 total.
Here is a picture of my entire jewelry wall. My bracelet holder was inspired by another blogger. It is made up of a frame from goodwill, a pegboard and knobs from World Market. This ended up being the most expensive part of my project because I had to buy the entire $8 pegboard even though I only used 8 x 10 of it (I have plans for the rest!) and the knobs were pretty pricey ($18!).
Here is a close up of my earring holder. It is 6 strands of yarn braided together then nailed to the wall. I put a large fabric flower on it as well.
So now I have a place for all of my jewelry and can clearly see every piece that I own! I love that these three pieces helped me organize and decorate at the same time :) How do you organize your jewelry?