Repurposed Jewelry Display

7:04:00 AM

Today I'm giving a tossed out jewelry holder a makeover.

Repurposed Jewelry Display saved from Goodwill and made new www.homeroad.net
Tossed into the Goodwill bag by one of my daughters, this cute little jewelry holder is getting a whole new look. 

I began by removing the metal dish from underneath the jewelry tree and flipping it over. 

I painted a reclaimed wooden salad bowl white and attached it between the tree and the flipped original dish. 

Repurposed Jewelry Display saved from Goodwill and made new www.homeroad.net

The wooden dish makes the base of this tree higher and a larger place to hold bracelets and rings.

The top of the tree is perfect as it was in a brushed stainless patina.

Repurposed Jewelry Display saved from Goodwill and made new www.homeroad.net

This was a quick presto change-o for this jewelry holder but it is no longer in the Goodwill bag. 

Repurposed Jewelry Display saved from Goodwill and made new www.homeroad.net

Now I will always check that giveaway bag!

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