Jewelry Holder

This is one of those projects that just comes together and I never could have planned for it to turn out so easy.  The best part was I found all the materials around the house!

I’ve been planning to make a jewelry holder using an old picture frame for a few months but I couldn’t find a good place in my bedroom to hang it.  Then, I came across some fabulous Jewelry holders that Decor-ganize Crafts posted on her blog and I was inspired!  She created Pedestal Jewelry Holders and I realized that is exactly what I needed so I could keep it on my dreser.  
I had to start looking for my materials.
I started rummaging through my craft closet to see what had.  I found an extra candle stick that I knew would make the perfect base.  Then, while looking through our tool box for a large screw to attach the candlestick to the frame, I found this weird bracket (my husband says that it’s a speaker bracket so I’m not sure what is holding our speaker to the wall in the living room).  
After removing the top part of the candlestick, the bracket screwed perfectly into the candlestick.  This was total luck!!  
I was then able to use small screws to attach the bracket to the side of the frame.
Before attaching the frame to the candlestick base, I attached the screen.  My neighbor had left over screen that I was able to use (she’s an awesome neighbor).  I used my staple gun to attach the screen
I screwed in hooks to the side and bottom for necklaces, bracelets and hoop earrings.
 
Finally, I spray painted it black.

I just love the way it turned out!  The best part was I had all the materials and I was able to reuse random stuff I already had into a fabulous new Pedestal Jewelry Holder.
Now I can keep my jewelry organized and display it neatly on my dresser.  
 
I’m really surprised at how much it holds.  I think I might have to go and buy some new jewelry this weekend:)

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  2. I LOVE IT! Great idea on using a candlestick holder too!

  3. I’m stalking you!! Hehe :) Thanks so much for linking up with us this weekend at the Super Stalker Sunday Hop! I hope you have fun stalking around!

    Be sure to come join us again next Sunday for another fun filled weekend of Super Stalking!

    Happy Memorial Day,
    Kortney
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  5. What a great idea! Good call on the candle holder.

  6. I love this. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Oh my goodness that looks awesome! :D

  8. This is so cute! I love it and totally want to make one – love the candle holder so that it sits on your dresser rather than hanging from the wall (so that your earring hooks can end up poking into the wall… not that I tried this before or anything)! : )

  9. i LOVE this! I can’t wait to make my own, although I may have to buy something like the speaker bracket, but that is probably a cheapie…thanks for the idea, you did a fantastic job with it and explaining it to us, made it sound super simple. I found you through the Family Approve Weekend Hoppers, and will be your newest follower :)Would love for you to check me out if you can at:

    http://www.accidentallyangela.com/

    Can’t wait to check out the rest of your creativity! Love your blog already :) thanks, Angela

  10. Kara, so clever and well done! That speaker bracket was just the perfect little piece of hardware to pull the two main components together. I dig your style!

    Thank you so much for linking up to “A Little Birdie Told Me…”!

    Best,
    Jenn/Rook No. 17

  11. I loved your jewelry holder so much I featured it on this week’s Ten Buck Tuesday! Email me at youngnester(at)gmail(dot)com to get the code for the “I’ve been featured at Young Nester” button! Have a great week!

  12. This is a really great idea! Just what I need! LOL Thanks for sharing…. Christine
    - ChrisW Designs

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