Sharon from Pretty Practical Home loves trinket trays. They are perfect catch-all spots for rings, bracelets, keys, and earrings. She found one she adored at Anthropologie, created by South African artisan Ruan Hoffman. Unfortunately, the $498 price tag for a single trinket dish was a little bit too hard to swallow! So Sharon set out to DIY her own. Using black and white polymer clay, antique gold clay paint, and a glossy finishing spray, Sharon created a geometric trinket dish to rival the Anthropologie creation for a fraction of the cost.
This is Sharon’s dish, costing less than $5:
And this is the Anthropologie dish, retailing for nearly $500:
Sharon achieved a similar feel in her trinket dish for way less! See her detailed tutorial at Pretty Practical Home.