Lovely Jewelry Organizer…

    As many of you know, my husband & I recently took a trip up to our home state of Michigan.    While we were there we celebrated my Sister-in-laws birthday. As part of her gift I wanted to make her something along with things I bought for her. I decided to make her a jewelry organizer that I had been inspired to make for a while now. {You can read more about how I accumulated all the cabinet hardware to make this project HERE.} Now onto the lovely little Jewelry organizer that I made…
Even though I had made this a few weeks before we went to Michigan
I had to wait until after I gave it to her to post it on the blog
This was so very simple to make {In a way}
So this is the hardware board before I removed all of the hardware

Here is what the back looks like. 
Most of the hardware you can simply screw off. 
 After removing all of the hardware
I wrapped the board in fabric.
{I chose a type of burlap}
After the board was completely wrapped, 
I had to situate where I wanted the hardware on the board.
That was the hard part for me, because not every piece of hardware fits in every hole.
so placement took the longest. 
After I got them situated, I simply screwed them in through the fabric, 
and Voila
I also added some burlap to the jewelry organizer.

The bin pulls can hold rings, watches exd…
The cabinet pulls can hold earings, or necklaces can be draped on them…
The knobs can hold bracelets, necklaces…
I attached the fabric with hot glue {a girls best friend} 
& also the burlap detail was added with hot glue as well.
I hope you guys love my jewelry organizer that I made as much as I do.. If you do not have hardware display boards laying around, you could always attach hardware to a normal board {different shapes & sizes, lots of possibilities} 
I hope this inspired you to make some jewelry organizers for yourself.
Have you made any jewelry organizers lately?
Feel free to link up on Liz Marie Blog Facebook Page.
I would love to see them!!
Happy Sunday to you all! I was lucky enough to spend my day with my best friend,
{Also known as my husband} 
We had a lazy day, and it was wonderful!!


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