Ring Holder by Upcycling a Cigar Box

Ring Holder by Upcycling a Cigar Box

During a trip to West Palm Beach, we stopped in a nautical salvage shop. I picked up a bunch of fun odds and ends, including this cigar box. I had wanted a vintage cigar box for a while now so that I could upcycle it into a ring holder or wooden jewelry box, and this one seemed to be the perfect size and shape.
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How to Make a Pin Holder or Pin Display with Cotton String

How to Make a Pin Holder or Pin Display with Cotton String

I’ve made a lot of jewelry organization projects in my time, but this is the only one specifically for vintage brooches. It’s a play off an idea I saw at an antiques store that used cotton string (straight from the hardware store) as a pin display or pin holder. And I knew right away I wanted to recreate my own version!

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Necklace Rack from Wood Spools and Barn Wood

Necklace Rack from Wood Spools and Barn Wood

As a short & round woman, I am destined to love accessories since my clothing options are limited. Which means that jewelry organization and jewelry storage are always something I need more of. So, after collecting some barn wood (and other salvaged wood) and wood spools, I knew a necklace rack or wall jewelry organizer was in my DIY future…

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How to Make a Mirrored Vanity Tray from Wooden Picture Frames

How to Make a Mirrored Vanity Tray from Wooden Picture Frames

It’s hard not to love a pretty mirrored vanity tray on your dresser. And there are a lot of options available- from plain beveled mirrors, to brass filigree, to large hand mirrors given a new purpose. A vintage mirrored perfume tray can be pricey, so why not make one from wooden picture frames from the thrift store?
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Jewelry Organization – Coffee Cup Holder to Bracelet Holder

Jewelry Organization – Coffee Cup Holder to Bracelet Holder

I had first seen this idea at thrift store counters – they had used a coffee cup holder as a bracelet holder, displaying the cuff bracelets and bangle bracelets that they had for sale. It was SO simple and SO genius that I needed one for myself – plus, I definitely needed some more jewelry organizing solutions in my life.Read more ›