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DIY Jewelry Board




Since I started making jewelry a few years ago (Simply Lulu Design) I've developed quite a collection.  It's been stashed in a jewelry box, jewelry tree and jewelry drawer.  We recently had our room painted (after being in our house 5 years) and now I'm working on actually decorating it.  I wanted to start with something simple and thought that a jewelry board would be lovely to display all of my pieces.  To me, it's almost like a piece of artwork, sparkly and colorful!

I started with plywood, wrapped it with quilt batting and a fabric I had chosen.  I wanted to add a little detail, so I framed it with grograin ribbon and decorative nails (that were not easy to nail in).  My hubs heard me curse several times... The hooks are simple because I wanted to let the jewelry be the show.  It's not hung on the wall yet because the hubs was gone at a conference and I wanted to show off my jewelry board!

What do you think?  Have a great day!
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Lulu Soler
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  1. Wow!! I love love love this! Why did I never thought of this!!!

    love you blog by the way...new follower here... :)

    MY blog: patrinesthoughts.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you and thank you for following! I'll check out your blog too!

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  2. So cute, such a great way to display your jewelry. And I see some pretty colorful necklaces!

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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  3. Beautiful! Like an original piece of art. Such a great way to see all your jewelry.

    Pia
    pjmscloset.blogspot.ca

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  4. that is such a great idea! most of my necklaces are hanging on hooks in my closet away from all to see. they should be displayed like works of art! lol. Must try this out ;)

    Brandy
    willbakeforshoes.com

    P.S. i recently created a twitter account @bakingforshoes. hope you can follow my adventures there too!

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  5. looks very luxurious! i like it. i definitely need this. <3

    xx,
    http://littledreamersavenue.blogspot.com/

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  6. Very good idea, I am constantly struggling especially with long necklaces.
    Thank you!

    Annette
    Lady of Style

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  7. This is beautiful!! I need to do something pretty like this for my pieces:)
    xoAmy
    www.dreamingincashmere.com

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  8. What a great idea!


    If you get a sec, check out my latest post 'Bold in Blue'.

    XO
    Sofia

    stylishlyinlove.blogspot.com

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  9. Lulu! I had pinned this a long time ago, but never got around to doing it! You've inspired me! None of the ones I saw on pinterest were as beautiful on this one! You did an amazing job my friend! I have to try this!

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  10. Great idea! This would make a perfect gift too!

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  11. Did you ever hang this up? I am curious how heavy it is? I'm making something similar and can't decide if plywood would be too heavy or if I should go with a cork board - but it has to be thick to manage the weight of the necklaces. Your's is really pretty!!

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    1. Thank you! Yes, I did hang it up. Honestly I'm not sure I remember how my husband and I did it! But it is up. It's made from plywood with some cotton batting over top. I'm sure we used wall anchors. You can find some that hold up to 75 lbs even so I'm sure it would be fine. Good luck!

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  12. What kind of hooks did you use to hang the jewelry on?

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