Published on May 4th, 2010 | by Jules Yap


Pegboard jewelry organizer

Materials: RAM Frame 50 X 70

Description: I desperately needed something to organise my jewelry – mostly earings – to avoid search crisis in the morning.

I had used a pegboard to arrange my DIY tools, so came the idea of using the same system for the jewelry.

I had a mirror cut 50 X 44 cm, cut a pegboard 50 X 26cm and painted it. I took off the cardboard and plastic window of the RAM frame, put the pegboard and mirror side by side, fixed them with the little black strips at the back of the frame and…tada !! So happy …

I’ll put some (pegboard) hooks or similar system to hang my collars at the bottom of the frame and probably will fix a tiny basket to put stud earings that cannot be hung.

~ Gerry, Belgium

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2 Responses to Pegboard jewelry organizer

  1. speedwell says:

    I actually have a picture frame backed with plastic canvas and ribbon, and have my earrings hung in it in exactly that way. I’ve made them for years. Cool to see it done with pegboard.

  2. Moontree says:

    very clever! I’d suggest another alternative to the pegboard is to use screening, wire mesh, or those plastic cross-stitch grids.

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