All natural, tree inspired…ok it was part of a tree.
How to Make a Jewelry Holder from a branch and a stump
I wear certain things daily.
Usually, I just take them off and lay them around the house.
Lazy and pathetic…but it’s what I do.
You might find my Wood Watch on the side table by the couch.
and a necklace or two hanging out by the bathroom sink.
To remedy this, I gathered a few supplies and made a bedside jewelry stand…for free! Big thanks to JORD For the Wood Watch and thankful for the woods beside the house for the natural jewelry holder.
- find a sturdy branch
- a small stump or block of wood
- spray paint
- drill with large drill bit
- wood glue
Spray paint your branch.
Gage your choice of a drill bit by the diameter of your branch. Drill a hole in the stump or wood block.
Put a bit of wood glue in the hole and place your branch, make sure to brace it with something until it dries.
Perfect for long necklaces, rings, my JORD Wood Watch, bracelets…
Please tell me that you leave stuff laying around too…
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Y’all these watches would make a great gift, they have a beautiful selection for men and women!
4 thoughts on “How to Make a Jewelry Holder”
I adore this jewelry holder. So pretty! Thanks for sharing your crafty goodness on this week’s Monday Funday Party!
My passion is the watches, and this here is unique! I see wooden watch for a first time and I am impressed. Well done!
That is really cute Debbie. It’s so fresh and pretty.Super solution!
And, that little scroll of watches had a wood watch with an AQUA face… I’m going to be needing that 😉
Thanks so much Shannon, yes I loved the AQUA face watch also!