DIY Wood Hanger Necklace Holder

DIY Wood Hanger Necklace Holder
Every girl has a lot of jewelry, and today we’ll tell you how to make the easiest necklace holder ever! The idea is extremely simple – making it of a wood hanger! The supplies are not many, and you won’t need any skills to make it. Genial, thanks to Dwell Beautiful! You can read the... 
MORE PICTURES
Published on:

DIY Burned Wood Jewelry Display

DIY Burned Wood Jewelry Display
Do you have lots of jewelry? Then, of course, you need a good display to arrange it right and not to forget of any piece. Take driftwood, screw in hooks, soldering iron, a drill, 1/8 & 1/4 drill bits, wood glue, a ruler, a pen, screws or nails. Start by burning your design into your... 
MORE PICTURES
Published on:

DIY Mini Jewelry Rolls

DIY Mini Jewelry Rolls
These jewelry rolls can be a cool gift for any girl, especially a bridesmaid. The supplies are 3-4 fat quarters, clear vinyl, fusible batting, double fold bias tape, 3 zippers – 7″ wide, a rotary cutter, cutting mat and quilting ruler, a disappearing ink pen, a sewing machine and related supplies, iron and ironing board.... 
MORE PICTURES
Published on:

DIY Jewelry Stand Of Glass And Brass Tableware

DIY Jewelry Stand Of Glass And Brass Tableware
We’ve already told you about various jewelry stands for any style – of vintage teacups, of clay and wooden frames. Let’s make a glass one with a slight vintage feel. You’ll need some antique plates and vases that I’m sure you have at home (the best idea is a combo of glass and brass tableware),... 
MORE PICTURES
Published on:

DIY Jewelry Dish With Copper Touches

DIY Jewelry Dish With Copper Touches
There are many ways to store jewelry, and here’s a very cool idea – a beautiful jewelry dish. You’ll need: white air dry clay, a metallic copper sharpie or copper leaf, sizing, a paint brush and sealer. Start by rolling out a long sausage of clay about three eighths of an inch (1cm) thick. Then... 
MORE PICTURES
Published on:

How To Make Instagram Print Jewelry Hangers

How To Make Instagram Print Jewelry Hangers
Have you seen our instagram crafts roundup? Here’s an idea for those who love instagram – a glam and bohemian craft being modern and cool. Don’t part with your instagram photos and make these instagram jewelry hangers! You’ll need wire cutters, Printstagram squares in either size, glue gun, push pins and blu-tack. Using the wire... 
MORE PICTURES
Published on:

Convenient In Using DIY Jewelry Tray

Convenient In Using DIY Jewelry Tray
We’ve already told you of many ideas to store jewelry – from vintage cups to cactus holders made of clay. Today we’ll make a convenient and simple jewelry tray for storage. The supplies are acrylic paint, cardboard in the shape of a bowl, plate or something similar to it and screws. Use acrylic paint and... 
MORE PICTURES
Published on:

Exquisite DIY Shell Jewelry Holder

Exquisite DIY Shell Jewelry Holder
It’s so hot that all the thoughts are about sea and things connected with it. And sea shells are, of course, the inspiration of the day! You can make a refined jewelry holder in the style of the 1920s. You’ll need a big shell, sand paper, a brush, glitter nail polish, 3 brown pearls, pink... 
MORE PICTURES
Published on:

Handmade Cactus Jewelry Holders

Handmade Cactus Jewelry Holders
Jewelry storage is always popular and interesting to any girl, especially if it’s original and bright and not only a holder but also a decorative item. Let’s make a desert-styled jewelry holder, you’ll need polymer clay, a hot glue gun, a mini vessel, stones. Roll out your clay to desired shapes, for example, cacti and... 
MORE PICTURES
Published on:

DIY Vintage Chalkboard Jewelry Hanger

DIY Vintage Chalkboard Jewelry Hanger
Vintage never goes out of style! And chalkboard pieces are extremely popular now, so why not combine these two tendencies in one craft? Every girl needs a cool storage piece for her jewelry, let’s make one. The supplies are a vintage mirror dresser topper, turquoise paint, chalkboard paint, knobs, a drill and some tools. The... 
MORE PICTURES
Published on: