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June 14, 2013

How to Make a Bracelet Bar

Another quick and easy way to organize your jewelry, this DIY is for your bracelets (check out our How To Create a Ring Holder post). You can alter this design to fit the height of your drawer, mine is only 2.5" high so I needed something a little different than the typical bracelet bars out there. I bought my wooden materials at Micheals but I'm sure you could find something that works at a hardware store for cheaper.

MATERIALS NEEDED:
  • 2 Wooden dowels
  • 2 Wooden blocks
  • Drill

STEP 1

Cut your dowels to the length you need if they are too long to fit in your drawer.

STEP 2

For both of your wooden blocks, mark 2 holes at the upper, outside corners and drill 2 holes, slightly bigger than you dowels.

STEP 3

Put your wooden block on one end of your two dowels, slide your bracelets on and cap it off with the other wooden block.

When you need to grab or add a bracelet to your bar you can simply slide the bracelet over the end (if it’s big enough) or take a wooden block off one of the ends. Simple right?

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