I am the mother of an amazing son & a beautiful daughter. I am the wife to a great man whom I admire & respect. I have always enjoyed personalized touches & am blessed to be able to make personalized touches to share with others.
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...
The entire project cost me around $10 in total (adding in the supplies I already had).