Tag: jewelry holder

Craft Project: Watch and Bracelet Holder

I recently made a headband holder to help organize the tangled mass of headbands in my closet. Once it was complete, and on display, I had the brilliant idea to apply the same design, on a smaller scale, to make a watch and bracelet holder.

This one matches my headband holder, and will soon hang beneath it in my closet. After this was complete I was on a roll, and kept making them. I played with a vertical design and standing holder, as well as different fabric and ribbon patterns. The following are images of two different watch and bracelet holder styles. I’m looking forward to making more, and more versions of my original headband holder design.

I love the pattern of this fabric, and the contrast between the bright blue ribbon and the soft brown color of the fabric.

As a UGA graduate (twice) I had to make a red and black themed one. This one is slightly smaller and vertical, which makes it more space efficient.

If you are interested in finding out how these are made check out my headband holder how to here. If you love my watch/bracelet holder and headband holders, but don’t feel like making it yourself, check them out on my Etsy shop here!

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Crafty Project: Jewelry Holder

I recently got fed up with the wad of jewelry I store in my closet. I kept losing things, necklaces got tangled, and my earring pairs separated. Finally I decided it was time to make a jewelry holder. After some brainstorming I decided to take two pre-made frames, one homemade frame, and convert them into jewelry holders.

To make the larger frame I used bead board bought from Home Depot. I had my lovely husband cut the ends to 45 degree angles so I could glue and staple them into a frame. I put wood glue between the joints and clamped them until they were dry. I then took a staple gun and stapled the joints. For additional support I used the small pieces Nick cut off of the bead board and glued and stapled them on top of the joints. Once the frame was prepped I spray painted and sanded it to give it a shabby chic look.

After I had all of my frames ready I glued lace to the back of the frame, so it would show through the opening. The lace made it more interesting and gave a place for clip back earring to hang. After the lace I stapled wire mesh, also purchased at Home Depot, to the back. I then hot glued burlap behind the mesh. I hot glued ribbon around the edge to finish it off. To create the hooks to hang the necklaces on I took wire and bent it with pliers. After was all said and done I added wire to the back of the frame so I can hang it on my wall! This was a relatively simple project to fix a very annoying problem!