ear ring holder

Cheese Grater Earring Stand: Paint a cheese grater and hang your earrings on it as a fun and creative way to organize your jewelry! Why didn't we think of this before? Visit your local Habitat for Humanity ReStore to brainstorm repurposing ideas.

Jewelry Organizer Ring Holder White

Jewelry Organizer Ring Holder White

Jewelry Organizer - Ring Holder (up to 20 rings depending upon size), Holds Earrings Bracelets Necklaces Rings, Maple Hardwood, Cabinet Grade Semi-Gloss White Paint, BEAUTIFUL Storage Solution by JewelryHoldersForYou

Spool organizer turned ring holder

Love this idea for a ring display. I'll have to dig mine thread organizer and paint it with my favorite color of chalk paint.

Create an easy-to-make DIY ring holder & display by repurposing a vintage cigar box and upcycled bed sheet fabric. Super easy and you might already have all the supplies! Another great jewelry organization idea by #SadieSeasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

Create an easy-to-make DIY ring holder & display by repurposing a vintage cigar box and upcycled bed sheet fabric. Super easy and you might already have all the supplies! Another great jewelry organization idea cigar box

DIY - Post and Stud earring holder made from ribbon wrap off of purchased afghan that had velcro tabs already attached. Used old bracelet for top ring and currently pinned it below (will sew it in) to hold placement.

DIY - Post and Stud earring holder made from ribbon wrap off of purchased afghan that had velcro tabs already attached. Used old bracelet for top ring and currently pinned it below (will sew it in) to hold placement.

DIY Ring Holder:  Since all the tutorials I found meant a LOT of cutting, rolling and gluing, I decided to do it MY way.  Repurposed materials: a cheap sponge, a discarded tin & fabric scrap.  Actually used my fingers to tuck the fabric instead of the  knife as shown.  Didn't bother with glue.

DIY Ring Holder - repurposed materials: a cheap sponge or piece of foam, a discarded tin, fabric scrap, glue (optional, works without). Formula for fabric size: fabric Width by D+D+L+(number of slits X fabric Length.

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