twiggy transition


Remember this jewelry holder 
I made a while back?

this New Mexico monsoon season
has done quite the number on it.
How, you ask?

Thanks to the humidity,
the branch became all fun and flexible...

Let's just say
it became a sad excuse
for a jewelry holder.

So, I used an old picture frame I had,
(the gold one in the photo below)

And turned it into this:

All I did was:
1. Remove the glass, cardboard, and print from the frame
2. Hammer in a bunch of nails to the top edge
3. Spray paint the whole shebang
4. Hang it and put on the jewelry!

Easy Peasy.
MEGA cheap.

It's way more sturdy 
than my poor little twig creation,
I love that it literally frames 
my necklaces.

Once we paint our bedroom walls, 
I'm sure the frame will stand out even more,
which to me, is a good thing :)

So there you go!
And easy jewelry holder 
you can make in 30 minutes or less!


  1. This is so funny because I just looked at another blog that had almost the same idea, and she also made her necklace holder out of an old frame. It is a clever idea, and I like how yours turned out. Your necklaces hang so lovely on it.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

  2. Fantastic! I never thought of nailing directly into the frame.
    Monsoon season must have hit really hard this year. I miss those wonderful afternoon thunderstorms!

  3. I love this idea. I'm going to do it now. Seriously. Thanks Jessica :)

  4. @Red Rose Alley - Thank you so much!

    @Camille - Thank you! Monsoon season has been kinda crazy! I was surprised by all the moisture, that's for sure!

    @Jamie - Thank you! :D

    @Louise - I'm glad! Hope you have fun with it!

  5. That looks awesome girl! I love it!!!! You're so crafty!


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