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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Three More Jewelry Holders

The old window frame jewelry holder that I blogged about has been one of my most viewed projects.  Something about the chippy window and the chicken wire...

In the past few months, I decided to make a few more jewelry/earring holders to sell in the booth.

#1-Goodwill frame ($1), turquoise paint, distressing, staining, chicken wire, gold knob from Anthropologie.






#2-Chunky Goodwill frame ($1), blue/grey paint, distessing, chicken wire, brown/blue ribbon



#3-Hollowed out cabinet door face, blue grey paint, distessed, chicken wire.  It's huge! 



#1 & #2 sold right away.  #3 might be a bit too large.  Because of the move, I just had to clean out the booth.  I think I might just have to repaint this one and use it to clip my Christmas cards to next year (in the new house)!!

Linking up with:
http://tatertotsandjello.blogspot.com             

8 comments :

  1. Great ideas! Thanks for sharing! Visiting from HOH. :)

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  2. This is so cute and such a cool idea!!

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  3. Those look great! Way to turn trash into treasure!

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  4. So pretty! Would love it if you would link this up at my turquoise lovin' party! http://www.sweetlittlegals.com/2011/11/turquoise-lovin-12.html

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  5. Oh my - awesome! I have been wanting to put a use to the chicken wire in our garage and now I know what I'm going to do! While I don't have a ton of jewelry, my girls have a ton of hair BOWS that I'm going to use it for. Super great idea! How do you make the wire stay in the back - staples?

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  6. Lindsay-I just used a staple gun to adhere the chicken wire to the back of the frame!! Easy!

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  7. Hi Andrea
    Just found your great blog via Classy Clutter's feature. I love repurposing old windows, frames and even cabinet doors! I pinned this, and am now following you via email.

    I blog at http://altered-artworks.blogspot.com and would love you to visit.

    Doreen

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