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Creative Jewelry Display Ideas

Hi friends! Today, we’re sharing this simple boho-inspired jewelry hanger tutorial along with other creative jewelry display ideas.

A driftwood jewelry hanger holding necklaces.

Homemade Jewelry Display Ideas

Collecting driftwood for DIY and crafts is one of my favorite things to do. I’ve made so many different things from this large driftwood mirror, this feather wall decor to these cute driftwood reindeer ornaments. So using a piece of driftwood to make a simple jewelry display seemed pretty practical to me!

I love my jewelry but if I don’t see it right in front of me I’ll likely forget to put it on. Or worse, when I do decide to wear a necklace but find they are all knotted together inside my jewelry box! So for these reasons, this DIY jewelry display really comes in handy. I hope you find it handy too!

Materials Needed to Make a Boho Driftwood Jewelry Hanger:

Materials needed to make a boho driftwood jewelry organizer, including driftwood, gold hooks, a drill, pencil and wood glue.

How to Make a Driftwood Jewelry Display:

Lay driftwood down on a flat surface.

A long piece of driftwood

Using a straight ruler and pencil, measure and mark 2” from either end of the driftwood piece.

Using a pencil to measure 2 inches from the side of the driftwood piece.

Measure the distance in between the two markings and calculate an additional 3 evenly spaced markings.

Adding evenly spaced pencil marks on a driftwood piece.

Using a drill with a small 1/16” drill bit, drill a small pilot hole at each of the 5 markings. 

Drilling holes into the driftwood piece.

Add some wood glue to the end of the hook screw and screw one hook into the pre-drilled hole. 

Secure in place. Repeat for remaining 4 hooks.

5 gold hooks attached to a driftwood piece.

Cut a piece of suede tie measuring 30” long.

Cutting a piece of suede tie.

Attach each end to the driftwood and hang. 

Attaching the suede tie to the end of the driftwood piece.

How easy is that?! Even I was amazed at how quickly it came together, that I made a couple more to hang on the wall. I love how simply it displays all my jewelry.

2 driftwood jewelry hangers holding necklaces.

Other Creative Jewelry Display Ideas

For more DIY jewelry display ideas, check out these beautiful options. Which one would you like to make?

Rustic Glam Jewelry Organizer

A rustic jewelry organizer hung on the wall.

Repurposed Cedar Plank Accessory Organizer

An accessory organizer holding necklaces and bracelets.

Anthropologie Inspired Faux Marble Jewelry Hooks

Jewelry Organizer Frame

A frame made into a jewelry organizer.

Jewelry Organizer for Earrings

A frame with fabric made into an earring organizer.

Faux-Marble Ring Cone

And don’t forget about the rings, check out this creative DIY jewelry organizer.

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A close up of two Boho driftwood jewelry hangers with text overlay.

Creative Jewelry Display Ideas

Jane and Sonja
Tutorial for making a Boho driftwood jewelry hanger plus inspiration for other creative jewelry display ideas.
5 from 1 vote

Materials
  

  • Driftwood 11” long x 2” diameter
  • Gold Hooks
  • Drill with small drill bit
  • Wood glue
  • Suede Tie

Instructions
 

  • Lay driftwood down on a flat surface.
  • Using a straight ruler and pencil, measure and mark 2” from either end of the driftwood piece.
  • Measure the distance in between the two markings and calculate an additional 3 evenly spaced markings.
  • Using a drill with a small 1/16” drill bit, drill a small pilot hole at each of the 5 markings.
  • Add some wood glue to the end of the hook screw and screw one hook into the pre-drilled hole.
  • Secure in place. Repeat for remaining 4 hooks.
  • Cut a piece of suede tie measuring 30” long. Attach each end to the driftwood and hang.
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Scarlet

Sunday 16th of August 2020

What a fun driftwood craft! Thanks for the jewelry display diy idea!

Jane and Sonja

Monday 17th of August 2020

You're very welcome! It's a fun one for sure!

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