We’ve been wanting to make a DIY necklace holder for ages! It’s a beautiful way to display your necklaces and keep them from getting tangled. We put this project together with a piece of driftwood and some gorgeous knobs. It doesn’t get easier than this! Read on for the tutorial.
Our friends at abodent sponsored this post. They make the most stunning knobs! These knobs would work well for so many upcycle projects. We thought they would look really beautiful as a DIY necklace holder. It’s amazing how they dress up this piece of reclaimed wood!
This project is super easy to make. It’s a great upcycle project for beginners, or really anyone who wants a gorgeous DIY necklace holder. Here’s what you need:
DIY Necklace Holder Materials
- Piece of reclaimed wood or driftwood (we found ours on a beach walk!)
- 5 knobs
- Measuring tape
- Sawtooth picture hanger (for the back of the DIY necklace holder)
How to Make a DIY Necklace Holder
1. Pick your knobs. This project would work well with any knobs. You could reuse some that you have lying around, or get some wicked cool ones from abodent.
2. Find a piece of reclaimed wood. We used a piece of driftwood, but any piece of reclaimed wood would work well. You could even get funky and use something like a window shutter!
3. Measure the piece of wood you are using and space your knobs out accordingly. Our wood was 14.5 inches across, so we started our first knob 1 inch in and had 3 inches in between each one.
4. Drill holes for your knobs and screw them in.
5. Add a picture hook to the back of your DIY necklace holder. A sawtooth picture hanger works really well for this project. Put a nail on the wall and place your finished necklace holder on top of it.
That’s it! It’s actually so simple. Add your favourite necklaces and step back to admire your handiwork. Do you love the necklaces we’re hanging? These are the RUBY upcycled coin necklaces. Love the style? See the full Cape Town Collection.
We really love these funky knobs from abodent.
These are the ones we used: