Is your jewelry a disorganized mess？ Mine certainly was until I made this DIY jewelry organization display a couple of weeks ago. Now I wish I had done it long ago! It's not only organized now， but it serves double duty as pretty “；art”； for this wall in our master bedroom. If your jewelry is a mess， rest assured that you can make this DIY jewelry organization system in an afternoon on a very tiny budget.
I have to admit that I didn't really start accessorizing with jewelry until my friend Thea came into my life a few years ago. You see， she makes the most beautiful jewelry and she's kind of gotten me addicted. It all started when I saw her amazing tassel necklace one day at a church event and asked her where she bought it. When she told me she made it herselfburlap pillow cover diy， I begged her to make me one for our upcoming family photos. Because she's awesome， she did it and that necklace started a bit of a jewelry addiction for me. The downside is that my jewelry quickly became a disorganized mess. Well， on Memorial Day it was raining， so I decided to take advantage of a day inside and quickly made this DIY jewelry organization. I love how it turned out! Read on for the full tutorial.canvas throw pillow covers
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1) Cut four 1 inch thick corner blocks from you 2 x 2 piece of wood. We used a compound miter saw to make our cuts quickly， but you could also use aHand Miter Saw Box.
2) Lightly sand the blocks that you cut and stain them with a wood stain of your choice. This is the stain I used.
3) ApplyDAP Rapid Fuseto the corner edges of theback sideof yourdecorative aluminum sheet. Then place your wood block， making sure it is lined up evenly with the corner of your aluminum sheet. Then clamp it in place until your glue sets. Repeat for all 4 corners.
4)Hang it on your wall by applying Command picture hanging strips to the back of the corner blocks.
1) Cut two 3 inch long blocks from your piece of 2 x 2 piece of wood. Again， we used a compound miter saw to make our cuts quickly， but you could also use aHand Miter Saw Boxto make your cuts.
2) Cut your wood dowel in half. I used my hand saw for these cuts.
2) Lightly sand the blocks and dowels that you cut and stain them with a wood stain of your choice. Again， this is the stain I used.
3) ApplyDAP Rapid Fuseto the center of your wood dowel. Then center it on your 3 inch block clamp it in place until your glue sets. Repeat for the second one as well.
4) Hang them on your wall by applying Command picture hanging strips to the back of the blocks.
Check out my finished project! I'm so happy with how this hanging jewelry storage turned out.
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