Happy Tuesday! Claire here, with today’s DIY transformation. Our latest project is a jewelry organizer that lets you showcase your bling even when you’re not wearing it! It also just so happens to be easy, inexpensive and completely customizable. So…let’s get started!
picture frames (found at any craft store, or if you’re a thrifter like myself, you can score some great second-hand finds)
staple gun or hot glue gun
roll of metal mesh window screen
conventional picture hooks like these or “s” hooks
self-leveling sawtooth hangers
liquid leaf (for gold-leaf detailing)
Spray paint frames with your base color of choice (I did half white gloss & half gold). When dry, use acrylic paint or leaf liquid to detail the edges, create accent lines, etc.
Measure & cut screen mesh slightly larger than the frame opening. Using the staple gun, attach screen to back side of frame and trim off any extra.
Hammer in the self-leveling sawtooth hanger to top center of the frame.
Bend back top loop of picture hooks. Use ruler to measure where you want necklace hooks to hang, and use scissors to cut tiny openings in the screen. Slip hooks into the small openings.
Place your favorite necklaces, earrings, and bracelets on the hooks, hang your jewelry holder on the wall and voilà! Your jewelry is now art!