There are lots of different types of jewelry organizers, jewelry box series for the last of the towers in jewelry. A good jewelry organizer not only keeps your jewelry pulled easily at hand, but it can also keep your toys in good condition from dust, dirt and other elements. Jewelry display frames; A craft wall mounted jewelry organizer of Pottery Barn is the display frame jewelry. This wall organizer keeps jewelry free from torso and organized. This hardwood jewelry display frame has a distressed antique-white finish. There are different jewelry display frames to choose. Small frame, measures 16 inches wide 13 inches tall, supports dangling earrings along three separate wires. The 18-inch square display frame holds chokers, bracelets and has three hooks. Plus, the big frame is capable of holding long necklaces on 20 inches wide 24 inches tall.
Turn an unwanted belt into an attractive and practical earring organizer hanging on the wall. Organizing earrings is a challenge that comes with having holes in your ears. Finding matching studs with backside can be frustrating when it needs to dig through crowded departments of a jewelry box. Create a wall hanging jewelry holder to organize earrings with your back from an old belt from your closet or a local store. Instructions, place a D ring belt flat vertically, with the right side facing up. The AD ring belt is one that has two metal rings at the end. Shaped like the letter D, and no holes in the belt itself. Then, attach a flower decor to the belt just below the D-ring with a glue gun. Attach another decor to the underside of the belt.
Push pair of earrings through the belt from the front to the back. Attach the earring back to the earring post on the other side of the belt. Next, hang the belt vertically on a wall by hooking D on a nail like a hanger. Put earrings for earring keeps keeping them organized and ready for use. Tips and warnings: Use wall jewelry holder earring keeps holding hair clips and decorative sticks, too. Also create decorative wall art by mounting the belt on a piece of plywood painted to match. Drill a hole near the top of the wood and use a thick piece of tape like a hanger. And choose a cloth belt for this project, made of ribbon or canvas. Leather is too thick for earrings to rot through.