DIY | Pinterest Inspired Cork Board Jewelry Organizer

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Lately, I have been feeling like my hubby and I have definitely outgrown our lovely one bedroom apartment. Most of my frustration is due to the fact that I have so many things, that I love and can’t get rid of.

For example, I love my closet, but I am frustrated of my current storage system for my jewelry. I enjoy buying accessories, but since it’s out of sight I never reach for any of my costume jewelry.

As anyone else would do, I headed on over to Pinterest to find a better jewelry organization solution.
While I was browsing for DIY projects, I found this Jewelry Armoire that I adore, but the last thing I want to do is add more furniture into our apartment.. So I proceeded in my search for a DIY project. This armoire will be on my wish list! 🙂

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Here is the pin of a bulletin board jewelry organizer that inspired me.

 So first, let me show you what my jewelry organizing looked like BEFORE…

(Did you notice my previous DIY earring holder using a table place mat to hang dangling earrings?…lol..Another temporary solution.)
So after spending some time on Pinterest.. I found my next DIY.. 🙂

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Supplies Needed: 

A cork board


Push Pins

Nails to hang cork board

If you wish to add more decorative details you will also need:

Decorative Flowers or Jewels to decorate push pins

Spray Paint


– Hot glue gun to make decorative push pins

**I purchased the paper flowers & push-pins at Michael’s, but you can get them at any craft store. I purchased the cork board at Ross, but you can find them at any office supply store or even thrift stores. All other supplies could be found at a craft store near you. 

The majority of time went towards hot gluing the paper flowers and wood beads to the push pins.

I used a card board box to hold the push pins to easily spray paint in gold… I just used some old Krylon Gold Metallic Spray Paint  I got at Wal-Mart.
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I am really happy how my push pins came out!

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 Glad that they support my necklaces, rings, and bracelets. 🙂

As soon as I hung on a wall in my closet I started placing different  pieces of jewelry just to see how it looked. So far so good…
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Ta dahh… SUCCESS!

                   Pinterest Inspiration                                                            My Version:

Here are some pictures of most of my jewelry on the board. ( I decided to use a different method to store and display my stud earrings.. I’ll show you in a  future post once I get it together)
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Anyways, it was such a great quick easy DIY to do, and super happy with how it turned out. Now searching for my next DIY…. Oh Pinterest! You are so addicting!

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be beautiful.

-xoxo. Jeannette W.



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