Friday, July 6, 2012

D.I.Y. Jewelry Case

You'll need:
wood glue
hanging supplies
antique/ wooden thread spools
antique/ wooden crate


1. Gather your supplies


2. Lay your spools out how you want to glue them. I changed mine mid-way but, its okay to stray from your original plan!


3. Glue your spool to your crate


4. Apply wall hanging materials...


5. Hang jewelry! Tadaa! Now you have a unique jewelry case!

34 comments:

  1. it looks really nice. is very original

    zayda
    zlovesv.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank You! I'm thinking about making more. Thanks for stopping by!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! I love your blog.

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  3. That looks lovely! I love how the spools prove so great for both hanging necklaces and holding bracelets<3

    blueeyednightowl.blogspot.com/

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    1. I know! They are so versatile and vintage.

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  4. This is the cutest jewelry case I have ever seen!

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    1. That is so sweet to say. Thank you!

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  5. My kids will definitely enjoy making this! (Please share more delectable recipes, too.) LOL

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    1. I will very soon! I want to see pictures of the one they make!

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  6. So cute! I have been looking for a cute Jewelry case/holder for so long and I finally made one. Wish I would have seen this before. I guess that gives me an excuse to make another and buy more necklaces (:.
    -Timber @ whimsoftim.blogspot.com/

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  7. Love this craft! Btw, happy SITS day! ;)

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  8. Cute and simple. Where did you get the wood box?

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  9. Neat. I think I may even have a crate I could use for this project. Thanks for the idea! And Happy SITS Day!

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  10. Very cute! I love that you can hang it on the wall

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  11. This is a really neat idea and there's so many ways you can change it up. I thought you were going to use the spools to hold rings until I saw the end result.

    Visiting from SITS,
    Sara
    http://saraivy.org

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  12. Nice use of spools. I enjoy your site. Happy SITS Day.

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  13. That is super cute, and I love the vertical spools for bracelets! That's different from what most people do, and I like the contrast with the hanging necklaces.

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  14. Cute Cute! I'm thinking I might have to do this for my Mom for Christmas! She would love the old spools!

    Happy SITS Day!

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  15. I love that antique crate! What a great idea!

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  16. Great idea, something for my girls to do this winter when they are driving me crazy! Happy SITS Day!

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  17. Wow, that came out awesome! I love the way you do the step-by-step directions along with pics - I feel like I (a decidedly un-crafty individual) could actually follow along and make this sucker!

    happy SITS day :)

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  18. Cute idea! Thanks for sharing! Happy SITS day!

    Nicole
    www.pencilskirtsandnoodlenecklaces.com

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  19. This is darling- and so simple and quick!! Happy SITS day

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  20. Great idea, my necklaces always end up all tangled so this would be perfect x

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