jewelry organizers. I found most of my parts from Dollar Tree, yard sales, estate sales or Goodwill. If you’ve scoffed already, this post is not for you! lol This is for people who love to craft, create & DIY.
If you are a long time reader, you’ll remember I did a few posts on how to create your own lovely jewelry organizer for around $5. Yes! $5!! Can’t beat it, right? So today, I’ll show you a few more ideas I’ve come up with & how you can use them…
First, let’s talk about what & where. To start, you’ll need trays, plates, bowls, candlesticks or stands. Use a color & material you love. You’ll be seeing it every day, so make sure it’s something you want to commit to! I went out to Goodwill & found this beauty for around 2 or 3 bucks. This seashell tray was originally silver, but I boiled it (thinking I was cleaning it) & it turned this lovely brassy color! So it worked out great, because the materials in my showroom are gold or glass.
On another Goodwill trip I found this plate. OMG, talk about a major SWOON!
It’s kinda hard to tell from this picture, but it’s iridescent & absolutely gorgeous! At first, I thought I’d use it to hold bracelets & earrings, but it just didn’t work for me. So I tried this…
I thought this was a much better way to showcase this beautiful necklace & pashmina. What do you think?
Ok, on to the “how”. You’ll basically need 3 things:
Plates (various sizes depending on your preference)
Candlesticks or slim vases
Glue (E-600 or even the Fix-All Adhesive from Dollar Tree)
Now, time to get creative!! Grab 2 or 3 or these
& perch it on top of one of these…
& top it with something like this.
You could get something as cool as one of these!
I hope you enjoyed this DIY moment with The Jewelry Lady! I sure enjoyed sharing these ideas with you!! Hey, here’s a teaser: how many ways can you think of to use this to organize your jewelry?
Post your ideas below!