Make a Jewelry Dish and Bracelet Holder Using Thrift Store Finds

6:49:00 AM

Last week we had a blizzard on the East Coast
which meant 2 snow days off from school and 
project time for Homeroad!

Make a Jewelry Dish and Bracelet Holder Using Thrift Store Finds

With over a foot of snow there was nothing to do but create!

Make a Jewelry Dish and Bracelet Holder Using Thrift Store Finds

Using what I had in my workshop thrift store stash I built a fun organizer for jewelry. 

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I started out with an old curtain tieback and a wooden bowl. 

I cut the top off the wooden curtain tieback then using Gorilla wood glue and my Ryobi nail gun nailed the bowl to the top of the pedestal. 

Make a Jewelry Dish and Bracelet Holder Using Thrift Store Finds

All the nail holes with inexpensive wood filler

Make a Jewelry Dish and Bracelet Holder Using Thrift Store Finds

I used a pretty blue chalky paint like this one to paint the piece and I always start painting by turning the piece upside down, it helps easily get all the underneath parts without missing a spot. 

Make a Jewelry Dish and Bracelet Holder Using Thrift Store Finds

And not to waste a single part, I am using the top of that tieback too.

I cut and a small spindle and using wood glue and the nail gun again, I attached the spindle to the top of the tie back. 

Make a Jewelry Dish and Bracelet Holder Using Thrift Store Finds

More blue chalky paint and my 2 creations are a matched set!

Make a Jewelry Dish and Bracelet Holder Using Thrift Store Finds

When the paint dried I distressed the edges with 220 grit sandpaper then used a paste wax to seal and protect.

Make a Jewelry Dish and Bracelet Holder Using Thrift Store Finds

The perfect place to hold your jewelry! 

Make a Jewelry Dish and Bracelet Holder Using Thrift Store Finds

No jewelry? How about a battery powered candle dish? 

So keeping myself busy during a snow storm and creating a couple of useful home decor items too. 

Make a Jewelry Dish and Bracelet Holder Using Thrift Store Finds

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    1. It takes one to know a creative thinker Carlene! :)

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  2. What a fun idea! I love how they turned out, and they look like they would be pretty easy to make. Love the color and the distressing. I have some spindles, now I need to find a wooden bowl. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Sure! Go do it, it's easy and you will have fun creating something from nothing! :)

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  3. I love this, and the color you chose. I also love the picture in the background where the father holding the hand of his little baby. Where did you get that beautiful picture from, if you don't mind my asking.

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    1. Hi Ivory Thank you! The picture is of 2 cupped hands, my daughter painted it, she is a great artist :) You can read all about it here... http://www.homeroad.net/2012/08/framing-masterpiece.html

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