Welcome to Pinspiration Thursday, where I am getting off my behind and acting
Here are my original Pins from my Organizing & Keeping Home board:
|Photo: You Put It On|
|Photo: Whippy Cake|
So pretty, right? And my versions. Some kind of bar to hold long necklaces? Check.
|I used a towel bar we didn't need after our Powder Room Reno.|
Oh! A bonus! Framed cut-out metal for earrings? Check.
Here's how the whole thing comes together, in my closet over my dresser:
Gold and silver and bronze (hello, Olympics) and sparkles and shiny pretty black, all smashed up together? I love it. Is it possible to be too wordy with pictures? Because I am about to be. Sorry.
|Peacocks lookin' after my watches and bangles.|
|Small earrings and studs chillin' in a crystal box.|
|I might be super sentimental about my hubs.|
|Geodes my boys gave me, because I like natural, unexpected things when I decorate. Better if they sparkle.|
We've already mentioned the peacocks, which I am crazy about:
And there's this princely fellow decked out in more bracelets, looking downright perfect for the job:
Oh! Some notes about how I made stuff. The frame for my earrings came together super fast using these supplies from Hobby Lobby:
Those tin snips work awesome, but please wear gloves as the edges can get sharp:
Once it was cut to size, I just taped it in with duct tape (super professional, fancy method, I know). The hooks hang right in the cut-outs:
But for the hoops I needed some sort of hook to help out. So, let's look closely at my *gorgeous* solution:
|PAPERCLIPS! Hey, like Tim says, Make It Work.|
Then I pushed in a clear, standard-size push-pin, right through the backing and everything. Of course I added an adhesive rhinestone to mine, just because. You can see it a little better in this picture:
What about the deadly sharp tack sticking out of the back, you ask? Another super-professional-fancy-pants method:
P.S. I'm lovin' the Linky's at:
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