I've been LOVING this jewelry board, and it's so pretty and functional, and it accommodates my repertoire of accessories very nicely. Check the tutorial!

Jewelry Board Tutorial

You will love these 25 ingenious ways to store & organize your jewelry - these jewelry organization ideas include DIYs and solutions you can buy and use.

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Create a Burlap Jewelry Board

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cork jewelry boards  this is my weekend craft. looks like a cheap and a great way to keep all those necklaces untangled! Will save me a few minutes every morning!!

5 Ways To Use Cork Boards In Your Home

Use a corkboard & pushpins to hang your jewelry. You’ll keep everything visible, but out of the way. For a more glamorous approach, fit the board (or thick print fabric) in a picture frame.

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Hexnut Shamballa Bracelet

Tiffany and Co Bracelet Tiffany and Co Bracelet. 100% Authentic. Sterling Silver. Comes with Tiffany blue pouch. Tiffany & Co. Jewelry Bracelets

Tiffany and Co Bracelet

Stella & Dot Closet Jewelry board ---- Great idea to organize all your Stella and Dot. Sometimes if it's not visible you forget you have it...I like this!  www.stelladot.com/sites/nancydomichjewelry

Stella & Dot Closet Jewelry board ---- Great idea to organize all your Stella and Dot. Sometimes if it's not visible you forget you have it.

Organizador de bisuteria

DIY Easy Jewelry Organizer: What you need: - frames - cork tiles (@ Target in the office supply section by the bulletin boards) - T-pins or other push pins - metal ruler or straight edge - utility knife

Have too many #accessories? Check out this #DIY jewelry board tutorial to help you #organize the chaos.

Jewelry Board Tutorial

For a jewelry board.. 1. Using an X-Acto knife, cut balsa wood to fit the dimensions of the window panes. 2. Attach batting to one side of the balsa with spray-on glue. Place fabric over the batting and pull it taut, then staple it to the backside of the balsa. 3. Use an awl or drill to make holes in the back of the balsa, then screw hooks (just do it by hand) through the front of it. 4 Attach the finished boards to the windows with a glue gun.

This DIY Project Gives New Life to Old Windows

Tori Spelling is a DIY goddess, and this is her latest project: Turn an old window frame into a family bulletin board or a pretty jewelry display.

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