Beverly from Flamingo Toes always has the BEST jewelry-making tutorials – and now an adorable way to store those handmade baubles! Beverly made these Anthropologie-inspired trinket trays using small dishes and plastic animals. With a coat of glossy white paint and gold polka dots, they look just like her inspiration – only much cheaper! Beverly […Read More]
Jaime from That’s My Letter shows how you can turn scrap wood and a couple of dowels into an adorable personalized jewelry stand. I love the addition of the crystal knob and beads for a timeless and classy look. This would make a wonderful gift for a special little lady in your life!
Melissa from A Time for Everything created this vintage piece to hold all of her jewelry. Melissa said, “I love old wood spools and finding new ways to use them, especially after finding a large Ziploc bagful for $2 at a garage sale. As I was making my jewelry organizer, I knew that spools would be an ideal fit with the burlap and distressed wood I was using. I incorporated them to hang not only necklaces, but bracelets as well.”
Jamie from anderson + grant was totally bummed when she got a chip in a white decorative bowl that she loved. She simply couldn’t part with the dish and, instead of tossing it, extended its life by adding a bird she formed from clay. The strategically-placed bird hides the chip and transformed the plain white bowl into a cute little birdbath perfect for holding jewelry or serving as a catchall!
If your mom loves jewelry but already has enough to out-bling Vegas, why not make her a jewelry holder for Mother’s Day? There are tons of tutorials out there for DIY jewelry storage, but what I love about this cloche from Christine at Tin’s Bloggin is that it is made from recyclables. How perfect is it for storing bracelets, watches, or rings?!?
Just this morning I was flipping through my Better Homes and Gardens magazine when a jewelry tree stand caught my eye. Then I saw this really cool wire version made by Deidre from A Craft A Day. I think it’s the little nest in the middle that really gets me. Deidre points out that making […Read More]
It’s really amazing how many knockoffs are so simple and inexpensive. Just take this jewelry tray from Laura at I’m Not a Trophy Wife. Laura was inspired to take an inexpensive white tray she had from Marshall’s and glam it up with vinyl numbers. The numbers add a little extra something and make a great […Read More]