DIY Rustic Necklace Holder

November 20, 2017 at 2:00 AM

DIY Rustic Necklace Holder

Who knew finding a necklace holder would be so difficult?! Until recently, I’ve been organizing my jewelry on a necklace holder purchased from Claire’s in 8th grade. During our move, I realized I was ready for an upgrade and have been on the hunt something simplistic.

DIY Rustic Necklace Holder

After months of walking up and down shopping aisles and scrolling through web pages I felt defeated. Nothing caught my eye and I was ready to give up. Then I remembered the simple key holder I made for our entry way. Why couldn’t I modify this DIY for a necklace holder?! After a quick trip to Menards I had everything I needed to make this rustic necklace holder. If you are feeling generous, pick up enough materials to make two and gift one to a friend this holiday season!

DIY Rustic Necklace Holder


  • One 2×8 piece of wood
  • Hand saw
  • Sandpaper
  • Measuring tape
  • Wood stain
  • White acrylic paint
  • Paint brushes
  • Hammer
  • Nails
  • Two command strips


  • Measure out 14 inches and mark it on the piece of wood
  • Using a hand saw, cut along the 14 inch mark
  • Sand down the piece of wood and stain
  • Once dry, use a small paint brush and the white acrylic paint to decorate the edges
  • Evenly space your nails and hammer into the wood
  • Hang with command strips and layer on your necklaces

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