DIY Framed Jewelry and Earring Organizer

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This DIY framed jewelry and earring organizer from Marty's Musings is created inexpensively from a yardsale frame and chicken wire. Perfect for hanging necklaces or earrings. 

Today my DIY hubby and I are here to give you the skinny on one of my favorite projects in my low budget bedroom makeover.

I’m in possession of a bunch of earrings. And necklaces. And a few bracelets. ~smile~

My daughter got married and left a bunch with me. I yard sale and pick up a few things. 

I’m a hoarder collector, okay?!

Anyway, I wanted a more chic and sassy way to organize my hoard collection.

This jewelry and earring organizer is so simple but packs a punch on the style meter!

This DIY framed jewelry and earring organizer from Marty's Musings is created inexpensively from a yardsale frame and chicken wire. Perfect for hanging necklaces or earrings.

The frame was $1 at a yard sale (see my best yard sale tips here and here) and I bought it because I loved the intricate design.

This DIY framed jewelry and earring organizer from Marty's Musings is created inexpensively from a yardsale frame and chicken wire. Perfect for hanging necklaces or earrings.

Yes, there are times when I buy just because! 

Sometimes a dollar is just a dollar, ‘ya know?

 This DIY framed jewelry and earring organizer from Marty's Musings is created inexpensively from a yardsale frame and chicken wire. Perfect for hanging necklaces or earrings.

I wanted a burnished gold look for the frame to blend in with the rest of the bedroom and I also needed to paint over the canvas strip around the inside of the frame.

I used Modern Masters Gold Rush (semi opaque) ME658 for the first coat over the entire frame. I just used a disposable foam craft brush to apply.

This DIY framed jewelry and earring organizer from Marty's Musings is created inexpensively from a yardsale frame and chicken wire. Perfect for hanging necklaces or earrings.

Not so gold anymore but not exactly what I was looking for.

This DIY framed jewelry and earring organizer from Marty's Musings is created inexpensively from a yardsale frame and chicken wire. Perfect for hanging necklaces or earrings.

I then used a coat of Modern Masters ME221 Warm Silver (opaque) and this worked much better!

 This DIY framed jewelry and earring organizer from Marty's Musings is created inexpensively from a yardsale frame and chicken wire. Perfect for hanging necklaces or earrings.

Here’s Tim to give you the details on putting it together.

Tim: The chicken wire I used was 1/2″ x 1/2″ squares on a 36″ roll (width) and purchased from the hardware store, and even though we’re talking about earrings here, there is some weight involved.

It is very important to also include some kind of spacer on the back. In the picture, this is the 1″ x 2″ piece of wood at the top and bottom of the frame, installed OVER the chicken wire. This allows for the earrings to hang without touching the wall. If it was not included, the earrings would not hang properly.

By the way, to avoid that nasty crack by the screw, pre-drill and then run the screw through that hole…I’m just sayin’.

This DIY framed jewelry and earring organizer from Marty's Musings is created inexpensively from a yardsale frame and chicken wire. Perfect for hanging necklaces or earrings.

I left a 1″ overhang around the perimeter of the frame, which is two rows of wire for spacing. No hard rule here, just do what you like.

The wire can be cut with tin shears, wire cutters, or a cut-off wheel. The last is, by far, the easiest. Use a commercial grade staple gun with 3/8″ (10 mm.) staples to attach the wire to the frame. The goal is to eliminate any ripples in the wire, so keep it tight and staple at intervals that will solve that problem. You will also need to drive these in a bit deeper with a hammer, so lay the frame face down on a towel and pop each one a time or two. Stapling across the corner allows for a better grab.

This DIY framed jewelry and earring organizer from Marty's Musings is created inexpensively from a yardsale frame and chicken wire. Perfect for hanging necklaces or earrings.

We are ready to hang! Again those nasty splits in the wood can be avoided by pre-drilling.

The last thing to execute is some type of hanger. I chose to use picture wire, but you can also use picture hangers of various types…your preference.

In anticipating a question, you could install two more wood backers where I did not, on the vertical sides. If your wood is thicker, you may not like that you can see too far behind the frame on those two sides. In that case, just install two more pieces and that gap disappears!

This DIY framed jewelry and earring organizer from Marty's Musings is created inexpensively from a yardsale frame and chicken wire. Perfect for hanging necklaces or earrings.

I found that the chicken wire, once securely attached to the back of the frame, was perfect to hold the plethora of items my wife managed to hang there!

This DIY framed jewelry and earring organizer from Marty's Musings is created inexpensively from a yardsale frame and chicken wire. Perfect for hanging necklaces or earrings.

Marty: I love the way it turned out!

This DIY framed jewelry and earring organizer from Marty's Musings is created inexpensively from a yardsale frame and chicken wire. Perfect for hanging necklaces or earrings.

Don’t you love it decorated with all the fancy bling?

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The frame is tucked beside a dresser in the corner.

This DIY framed jewelry and earring organizer from Marty's Musings is created inexpensively from a yardsale frame and chicken wire. Perfect for hanging necklaces or earrings.

Did you know I decorated my bedroom for practically nothing?

This DIY framed jewelry and earring organizer from Marty's Musings is created inexpensively from a yardsale frame and chicken wire. Perfect for hanging necklaces or earrings.

Why yes I did and I’m so pleased with how it turned out!

How do YOU organize your jewelry?

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Comments

  1. Brenda Scott says:

    Love this idea, and it turned out perfect…way to go, Tim.

  2. Awesome idea!

  3. Sooo pretty and perfect to store and display one’s earring collection. Sadly, most of my earrings do not have shepherd’s hooks but pins which would not hold onto chickenwire :-(

  4. I love your project!
    FYI It’s rabbit wire.
    Chicken wire is not as hefty and is in the shape of an octagon. lol

  5. is there any place on this project page to print directions? i dont see any little printers.

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