Pallet Necklace Holder {DIY Jewelry Organizer}

As promised, I’m back today with a much less random post. I have another completed project for my room I wanted to share with you guys.

I already showed you guys my diy earring holder and ring organizer. I knew I wanted to make something to hold my earrings as well. I had collected a few pallets and thought I would use some of the wood I had to construct something. Here’s what I came up with.

Pallet Necklace Holder {DIY Jewelry Organizer}

Again, just like my diy wood chalkboard tutorial, this project is super easy and pretty self explanatory, but I’m going to bore you with the details anyways!

A guy at work so graciously trimmed down a few of the pallet boards I had {I still haven’t invested in power tools, I know I need to}. I wanted to hang this right below my earring holder, so I wanted the width to be a little wider than it. The leftover pieces after trimming, I used to brace and attach to the back.

Pallet Necklace Holder {DIY Jewelry Organizer}

Sidenote: pallet wood, especially the kind I had, has a tendency to split really easily. I attempted to screw these in, but it kept splitting the wood so I ended up just using some small nails and hammering them in.

Since I was going to hang this right below my earring holder, I wanted the wood coloring to be about the same. So I went with a dark stain. But before I applied the stain I went ahead and coated the wood with a pre-stain.

Pallet Necklace Holder {DIY Jewelry Organizer}

Not sure if it was totally necessary, but I wanted the stain to coat evenly, so I applied it just to be safe.

Pallet Necklace Holder {DIY Jewelry Organizer}

I went with ‘English Chestnut’ from Miniwax as my stain of choice.

Pallet Necklace Holder {DIY Jewelry Organizer}

It went on super dark, but that’s what I was going for!

Pallet Necklace Holder {DIY Jewelry Organizer}

So here’s what it looked like after being put together and stained.

Pallet Necklace Holder {DIY Jewelry Organizer}

I bought a few knobs, some from Hobby Lobby and then some from the flea market, to use to hang the necklaces on.

Confession: I may or may not have attached them with super glue. Whatever, it worked!

Pallet Necklace Holder {DIY Jewelry Organizer}

Voila! A pallet necklace holder to further organize my jewelry.

Pallet Necklace Holder {DIY Jewelry Organizer}

{You may have also noticed that it is also being used to hold one of the few bracelets I own}.

Here are a few more shots.

Pallet Necklace Holder {DIY Jewelry Organizer}

 

Pallet Necklace Holder {DIY Jewelry Organizer}

What do you think?

Pallet Necklace Holder {DIY Jewelry Organizer}

Now all my jewelry is nice and organized and I love it!

Happy Monday!

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Comments

  1. Love it, Megan! I need to come up with a necklace organizer because right now I hang mine on hangers. Ghetto. Love that you super glued the knobs on. Hey, it’s better than duct tape.

    • Megan says:

      It is slightly better than duct tape :) And hangers totally work, but you’ve got those amazing conversation piece necklaces, you wouldn’t want those to get damaged ;)

  2. Love this Megan!! Might need to do some of these for me and MC!!! :)

  3. Megan, it’s so cute! I love the different knobs. One of my kids picked up some pallets for me, so I’ve been looking for ideas. I’m visiting from Serenity Now link party.

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