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To achieve a fabulous look, we will need many different accessories like jewelries, necklaces and bracelets to embellish our outfit. A beautiful jewelry holder will keep all your fancy accessories well organized for a clean and neat look.
Not because of my earlier inspiration from these fabulous  DIY ideas using old or vintage jewelry, but because my jewelry is slowly creeping into all areas of my bedroom.
No, they had spread, so, in desperation, I began looking for anything laying around the house, which needed a job. This tea light candle holder definitely gave new purpose to caring for all my silver bangles and drop earrings. And yes, in pathetic desperation, I pounded two nails into my bathroom wall, because in all honesty, no one sees this poorly outdated 90’s wallpapered wall except for my family.
My Frugal Fashionista mindset is to purchase second hand designer clothing items, but then transform those outfits with some fun statement piece accessories.
I love how Kellie showed me such a great solution by just gathering all your lovelies into hurricane lamps.
A few weeks ago, my dear friend IRL, Angela, had me over to practice our music for Becoming.
She painted it, distressed it, hung a thrifted mirror on the barn door, and then hung a variety of cabinet pulls that she had collected.


Yes, it’s kind of odd that I have two dear IRL friends, both named Angela, and both of whom I am sharing their jewelry organizers, but this Angela, from Button Bird designs,  decided to conquer her jewelry challenge by hanging peg board in her closet.
36th Avenue has the same idea – a peg board with a place for everything, but this took more time to frame it out beautifully, and accent it with a variety of special touches. This is an amazing repurposed job, where she took a $15 old set tray found at an antique store, and brought it to a whole new level of fabulousness.
My friend, Brittany, was inspired by some branches, and I love the natural element it brings to her room. Liz Marie did a simplified version of my friend, Angela’s by just using just hardware pulls.
I like using those wooden peg coat racks (I think there is a better name for them but I can’t think of it) Anyways those boards with long wooden pegs coming out of them. I recently showed you how I made stud earrings for myself in this post. I realized after making them though, that I had no place to keep them where I could see them and also I did not want to misplace them. Get THICK card stock that is reversible and cut to size (use the paper the frame comes with as a template). With a safety pin (or if you have a fancy small tiny hole punch) poke holes where you want to place them.
If you get bored with the look of one side no worries your card stock is reversible rememeber?


It was a dated candle holder that was on its way to Goodwill, but thought my earrings could love on it for a bit. You can buy cheap rings at the dollar store if you don’t have any on hand, and check out how Sarahdipities used an old rake to hand her darlings. We were back in her bedroom around the computer, and I stopped dead in my tracks when I saw what she had done with a corner of her bedroom. They are plastic and each compartment has a snap-shut cover, so it keeps them contained and keeps the dust out. I just became a Premier Designs Jewelry lady, and have never had so much jewelry in my life! But now, I need to get them more closely confined into one spot, so they don’t take up my whole dresser, and the remaining ideas do just that.
All those old stuffs like glasses, dishes, bottles and hooks will own their second life under the transformation.
You will find it very interesting to make DIY crafts at home, which also enriches your boring life in a meaningful way.



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