Monday, May 2, 2011

Jewelry Holder

Well... I finally did it.

I jumped on the framed jewelry holder bandwagon.

I started out with:
foam core board
a roll of cork (it was really thin and I already had it)
a frame I picked up at Michael's in their clearance section for $5.
Mod Podge
Spray Adhesive
Pearl stick pins (purchased at JoAnn's)

I measured and cut my foam core board to size.

Attached my cork to the foam core using spray adhesive.

Once that was dry, I glued my burlap on top of the cork ~ and took ZERO pictures of this step :).

Stuck it all into my frame (I couldn't decide if I wanted to paint it or not.  In the end I just left it the way it was, but you never know.... I could always change my mind!)

Then I added my stick pins and my fabulous jewels 
(no reason to come over and break in to thieve it... none of it is expensive ☺)

Have you jumped on this bandwagon yet?  
If you have, leave me a link (in the comments section), I'd love to see it!

Here's where the parties are at:

Tip Junkie handmade projects


Melissa said...

I love this! I was thinking about making something similar for my mom for mother's day.

[visiting from polly want to crafter]

the treat girl said...

Yep! You've inspired me....I want one too!!!!! I'll be looking for some frames at my Goodwill this week :)

Homemaker Honey said...

Fabulous! This is exactly what I need for my jewelry displays. I am a Stella & Dot stylist and this project would be perfect for my trunk shows!

Homemaker Honey
homemakerhoney @gmail .com

Lindsay said...

I need to do this! All my necklaces are in a tangled mess! Looks so clean and organized.

Delighted Momma

Cat said...

I need to make this stat! Yours turned out so lovely and your jewelry looks so pretty {and organized} on your new jewelry board!


xx Cat brideblu

Mom2fur said...

I love this! I've actually requested a jewelry box for Mother's Day. My husband (then my boyfriend) gave me one over 30 years ago and I think I'm due for a new one. (What I really want is a puppy, but that ain't happening.) If I don't get it, I think I will have to make this for my necklaces that always get twisted up with each other.
Come to think of it, I think I'll make it anyway!

Tracy W. said...
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Tracy said...

Looks GREAT! I haven't jumped on this bandwagon yet, but fully intend to (bookmarking it now).

Sweet Little Smoothie said...

Love this - especially the frame you chose!!

Jennifer Juniper said...

I always love this idea and I love how convenient everything is right there!

Debora said...

What a great idea, beats my suction cup on the mirror. (which doesn't work)I'm going to run out to get the supplies today. I have to have one. Thanks.