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Thursday, June 30, 2011

Me Vs The Jewelry Holder

A few months ago, a friend of mine posted a jewelry holder she made from a frame.  When I ran out of room for my longer necklaces in my jewelry box and jewelry tree I knew it was time to make one of my own... and also donate a few of them.

I picked up a frame from Goodwill for $2.00.  I took it apart to paint the frame white... this is when I broke the glass. I seriously do not think we were meant to have ANY glass in this house.
  


I had a bag full of unfinished drawer knobs (and still have plenty left) which were perfect size for the holders.


I painted the knobs white and the backboard of the frame a lovely shade of
Spring Grass Green. 
(That isn't the official name, just what I decided to name it.)


I used good ol' Gorilla Glue to adhere the knobs all over the board...

And Viola...


The entire project cost me around $10 in total (adding in the supplies I already had).

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(more to come... slowly adding links one by one...)

8 comments:

Nat

Way cool...I have a ton of frames with "broken glass"...same issue here! I love this idea, I may just have to whip me up a knobby handled jewelry holder! Thanks for sharing!
Nat
doodlecraft.blogspot

Danielle

I just wanted to let you know that I featured you today over at blissful and domestic. Stop by and grab a button;)

Jenny

I love this! I need a jewelry holder, so I'm going to have to try this one.

Kimberlee, The Spunky Diva

Very cute! I love the green and white combo. Visiting from Handmade Tuesdays.
~ Kimberlee at The Spunky Diva 

Sharde

this is a great post! i love this. ive got to put this on my list of things to do now that i don't have a huge bathroom or anything anymore. :)



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Chrissy

I've seen SEVERAL of these jewelry frame holder tutorials, but this one by far is my fav! I even posted the link on my blog! Thank you for the inspiration!

http://formamas.blogspot.com/2011/07/my-2-do-list.html#more

Karima

This looks really good, I may have to try to make one! Now following you via google. Please pop by Karima x
www.karimascrafts.com

Newyorka

I like your idea... Last week I was thinking about how to expose my jewellery and came with this idea: http://antyforma.blogspot.com/2011/08/diy-stojak-na-bizuteriejewelery-stand.html