Refined DIY Crystal Knob Storage Boxes

Refined DIY Crystal Knob Storage Boxes
I like original knobs that attract attention to the piece you open, and if you like them, too, you’ll enjoy making these boxes with crystals that HomeyOhMy blog had shared! The supplies are wood boxes, white acrylic paint, a foam brush, gloss varnish, crystals and E6000 glue. You can use spray paint instead of acrylic... 
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Easy DIY Mason Jar Lid Jewelry Dish

Easy DIY Mason Jar Lid Jewelry Dish
More and more jewelry dishes to store all our accessories! Here’s one more idea to store your stuff in a stylish way. The supplies are a metal mason jar ring and lid, scrapbook paper, felt or fleece fabric, fabric ribbon, hot glue, scissors and a pencil. Trace the lid on your scrapbook paper with a... 
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Stylish DIY Faux Metal Dish For Accessories

Stylish DIY Faux Metal Dish For Accessories
Spring is the most romantic time of the year, love is in the air! It’s time to make your outfits even more feminine and romantic, so take a look at your accessories. Need a good organizer to handle them? Here it is! The DIYDiary blog shared the project of this wonderful faux metal dish for... 
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DIY Burlap Jewelry Organization Board

DIY Burlap Jewelry Organization Board
Girls, pay your attention to this project: it’s a jewelry organizer, and this time it’s especially for those who love rustic décor. You’ll need a 11 x 17 inch bulletin board, mini-sized clothespins, pushpins, burlap fabric. To create the pins, use a glue gun to attach the pushpins to small size clothespins. To make the... 
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6 DIY Geometric Jewelry Dishes, Trays And Bowls

6 DIY Geometric Jewelry Dishes, Trays And Bowls
I know that you, girls, have lots and lots of jewelry just like me. It’s time to make a pretty and stylish storage for your favorite accessories! Continuing the theme of geo pieces, I’ve prepared a bunch of tutorials of geometric jewelry storage items. The easiest idea is to take or make a simple dish... 
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DIY Lacy Nesting Bowls In Navy Color

DIY Lacy Nesting Bowls In Navy Color
These amazing bowls from WoodsOfbellTrees blog are perfect for jewelry storage, just for décor and as a ring dish for a wedding. Let’s get started! Press different areas of the lace shirt into the white Sculpey clay and bake for the recommended time and temperature. Once the clay finishes cooking, let it completely cool in... 
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Creative And Useful DIY House Necklace Organizer

Creative And Useful DIY House Necklace Organizer
If you have a lot of necklaces and don’t know how to store them in the most comfortable way, here’s an idea from TheLovelyDrawer blog! The supplies are a wooden house, white spray paint or paint, metallic gold spray paint, washi tape, a plastic bag, 25mm gold unshouldered cup hooks, a pencil and ruler. First... 
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Small DIY Jewelry Dish Of Paper Ribbon

Small DIY Jewelry Dish Of Paper Ribbon
If you want to make an original jewelry dish, which is like no other, this tutorial is for you. The materials you need are paper ribbon, a sewing machine, a lot of sewing thread and maybe some paint. Start by rolling the ribbon together really tight. Continue rolling until it is about the same as... 
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Easy DIY Ring Dish With A Holder

Easy DIY Ring Dish With A Holder
We’ve just told you of a ring dish, and here’s one more idea – a ring holder, so comfy in using! You’ll need ⅜” wooden dowel, cut to 3″ long, industrial-strength glue, a dipping bowl, gold spray paint, painter’s tape and purple spray paint. Adhere dowel to the center of bowl using industrial-strength glue. Allow... 
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Stylish DIY Minimal Brass Jewelry Hanger

Stylish DIY Minimal Brass Jewelry Hanger
I’m sure that you, girls, have lots of accessories, and to store all of them there’s nothing better than a holder or a hanger. This hanger is done in minimal style, so it looks very elegant. The supplies are a brass tube, rope, s-hooks, scissors, pliers, wrench, crochet thread. Open up the s-hooks using pliers... 
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