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Transformed :: A Place for Safekeeping

November 15th, 2012

Brainstorming a DIY Jewelry Tree | Claire Zinnecker for Camille Styles

Happy Thursday y’all! Claire here with a fun little DIY I’m excited to attempt. Every girl needs a place to stash her most prized jewelry, and my roomie Chanel is no exception. We’ve been on the hunt for one that she can display on her dresser, but haven’t found the perfect one yet… so I’ve decided to make one! I found some really inspirational ideas out there, and since most of them use natural or repurposed elements, I’m certain I’ll have no trouble creating something interesting and inexpensive. But before I get started I’d love to hear from all of you: Which of these jewelry trees would you like to see re-interpreted and recreated? Leave a comment with your thoughts and ideas, and stay tuned for the reveal in two weeks!

Brainstorming a DIY Jewelry Tree | Claire Zinnecker for Camille Styles

Brainstorming a DIY Jewelry Tree | Claire Zinnecker for Camille Styles

*images:  Cast Metal Jewelry Tree from West ElmJewelry Tree-Jewelry Box by Bucknoriginals,  Rake Jewelry Holder by Jamie Crockett via Ready Made

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  1. karin says:

    toss between the branch one and the rake depending on your decor….

  2. Yelle says:

    I adore the antler one! Very natural and unique.

  3. Could you do a twist on the rake? I like the look and shape of it, but it is rustic and could look out of place in a modern room… any way to make it fit in a modern space?

  4. Tammy says:

    The antler for sure!

  5. shannon says:

    The first one is my request. Maybe all three!!!!!

  6. Laurel says:

    The tree!

    • clairezinnecker says:

      I know! Love how delicate it is….and I think Chanel is wanting one like this too….and it IS for her after all! Thanks, Laurel!

  7. Funny, I almost bought the silver one but it’s too small! I’ve been trying to figure out how to recreate it but all the branches keep breaking ;-) Can’t wait to see what you do!

  8. I think the antler is the most original… but I’d probably go for the top tree branch-style one. It would be such a pretty touch to my bedroom or bathroom!

  9. Kate says:

    You really can’t lose with this one. They are all great!

  10. Alice Wu says:

    The first one is definitely the my favorites for its simplicity! A DIY would be amazing to make my own :)

  11. Mayra Brooks says:

    The tree is a bit more elegant. I vote for the tree!

  12. Aubrey says:

    I love all of them but the antler one is really cool!! You could even use the bottom part as a place for rings if you if it didn’t have that other antler piece on it!

  13. Mckenzie says:

    I have a jewellery tree too! They are so handy and look really cool in a room :) good on you for making one yourself!

    http://currentlylovingblog.blogspot.com

  14. lillian says:

    the first one is such an elegant classic look!

  15. Sharen says:

    Claire, I’ve been wanting a jewelry holder to hang in my closet on the wall! I would love some thing like the rake, but more modern. Help!

  16. Virgil Thomas says:

    Maybe a combo of the first two (using form of the first and both types of material). Don’t know how one would do it–but how cool would it be to have an antler dipped asymmetrically in metal coating? Or at least appear as such…

  17. [...] for family and friends. This fun DIY makes a wonderful (and inexpensive!) gift. If you remember two weeks ago I asked for your opinions on which jewelry tree I should make for Chanel. After reading all of [...]

  18. Ron Leard says:

    Thanks Camilie for clueing the person on “sheds” that’s what I use, and the bottom piece is a jewelry box , I see most don’t even realize that, at show’s I leave the lid setting crosswise and it’s funny to see a light go off when they realize it.. I made This and many functional things from nature- bucknoriginals- Etsy. Ron Leard
    Thanks for the publicity.

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