If we had to name one thing that we really make a lot of, we could easily name DIY jewelry as something we can be found creating frequently. Between that and our love for finding really unique pieces of vintage, costume, and store bought jewelry, we’ve actually found ourselves in need if a jewelry box now because we’ve accrued such a wide collection! Being the avid crafters we are, we naturally wanted to make our own if possible, so we’ve been on the hunt for DIY jewelry box concepts.
Just in case you love the idea of making your own jewelry box just as much as we did, if not more, here are 15 of the best concepts, designs, and tutorials that we’ve come across in our search so far!
1. Geometric painted jewelry box
Are you the kind of DIY enthusiast whose best crafting skills have always lied in your love for painting? In that case, we have a feeling you’re going to adore the way Conill Paxnut created this hand painted wooden jewelry box that boasts a fun geometric pattern with some really neat colour pops! They show you how to keep your lines straight and neat in a really easy way.
2. Marbled cigar box for jewelry
Vintage style cigar boxes are a DIY blessing because they’re a great size, totally customizable, and you can make so many diverse things with them. That makes them perfect for using as an upcycled jewelry box! We like the idea of decorating things inside and out whenever possible, though, so we were pretty big fans of this tutorial from Annabode that teaches you how to add a cool marbling effect when you open the box’s lid.
3. DIY ring box
IN your DIY jewelry or jewelry collecting exploits, do you have a particular affinity towards rings? Well, you can, of course, store rings in any kind of box, but they fare better and are easier to choose from and find if you have the kind that stands them up. Check out how DIY Enthusiasts made one of their own using an old wooden cigar box, a chocolate box insert, and some foam!
4. Book jewelry box
If you’ve only got a few jewelry pieces that need storing and you’re a total book worm on top of being a DIY enthusiast, then we think we just might have found the best idea for you. Check out how Sincerely, Kinsey made this fantastic jewelry box from an old or damaged book by gluing the pages together and cutting out a square space in the inside. The “lid” is the book’s front cover!