Repurposed Cabinet Door Jewelry Organizer

Everyone can use a little jewelry organization, especially at my house. 
Repurposed cabinet door with hardware for jewelry
I am the lucky mother of four daughters. The last one is off to college but left behind a pile of jewelry on her dresser.  Since I have a bunch of cabinet doors to repurpose, I thought she could use my next DIY project in her room. 

I began with an oak cabinet door. You can find them at your local Habitat store, the hardware store, or if you're lucky on the side of the road. My stash of cabinet doors came from a store closing and I was lucky enough to be there to grab some. 

In the center of the cabinet door I stenciled a Mason Jar stencil from Vintage Farmhouse Stencils. Angie's stencils are all farmhouse and this one could be used for many things. The mason jar and the words were separate and can be combined or not. 
Cabinet door jewelry organizer

I drilled holes in the cabinet door to add knobs. You can purchase the knobs at the hardware store, or again collect random knobs and handles from thrifting and garage sales. 
Cabinet door with knobs and handles.

The knobs are perfect for hanging jewelry. I put the more delicate necklaces in the center and the longer ones on the outside knobs. 
Repurposed cabinet door.

On the bottom of the cabinet door I added a long door handle. The handle is a great place to clip bracelets of all kinds. 
Handle to hold bracelets.

This was an easy project and allowed me to organize all my daughter's jewelry that she left behind. A great way to keep everything in one place while repurposing items that may have been headed for the trash. 
Repurposed Jewelry Organizer

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Disclosure: I received a stencil for doing this post with product.  However, all the opinions stated here are my own. I only use products I love and would recommend to my viewers.

I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .