Repurposed Jewelry Display and MudPaint

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Assembling bits and pieces of broken furniture
and found objects is one of my favorite repurposing projects.

Repurposed Jewelry Display and MudPaint www.homeroad.net




You may remember the table that didn't make it?...

Repurposed Jewelry Display and MudPaint www.homeroad.net

Some of the parts became wall hooks that are available

Today the legs have a new life as
part of a jewelry display. My friend
Deb from Maake & Co. Jewelry showed me 
a picture of a jewelry display she liked... 


I knew I could create something similar so I got to work. 

The legs from the old table were perfect 
for the sides of the display. 

Repurposed Jewelry Display and MudPaint www.homeroad.net

I used bits and pieces from broken things I keep in my workshop.

Repurposed Jewelry Display and MudPaint www.homeroad.net

I painted the piece with MudPaint in Manor White to marry all the parts and give it a cohesive look.  The MudPaint is fabulous! 
It covers in one coat and there is almost 
no need for sanding or priming.

I gave the jewelry display a wash of French Linen Chalk Paint 
over the MudPaint to add age. I did not seal or wax this piece.

Repurposed Jewelry Display and MudPaint www.homeroad.net

Small repurposed cup hooks are used to hold the jewelry...

Repurposed Jewelry Display and MudPaint www.homeroad.net
Like that Bee? Visit Maake & Co.
Repurposed Jewelry Display and MudPaint www.homeroad.net

I'm so happy with the piece and I love the color!

Repurposed Jewelry Display and MudPaint www.homeroad.net

I'm looking forward to working with the MudPaint again!

Repurposed Jewelry Display and MudPaint www.homeroad.net


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8 comments

  1. Very cute piece and is so practical as well.
    Brenda

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    1. Thanks so much Brenda... I hope Maake & Co likes it :)

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    1. Thanks so much Kim for stopping by and thanks for all your nice comments!

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  3. This is exactly why I love the internet! I would have been so sorry to see these pieces thrown away, though people do that, don't they? Luckily, there are people like us who see beauty in trash and re-purpose. I am craving some fancy wooden pieces of my own...Wonderful piece.

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    1. Suzie thanks so much for stopping by and for your great comment... Yes! it could have landed in the trash but now it will hang in someone's home!

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