Thursday, August 25, 2011

DIY::Jewelry Tree

Several months ago, I showed off how I display my jewelry {post found here}...I got a lot of great feedback on this little jewelry tree in particular:


My friend made this tree for me, based on a jewelry tree she had made for herself.  Recently, my friend moved to China and since she knew how much I loved her tree...she decided to leave it with me.  I thought, in taking in her tree, I would show you how I put it together {though it's really not rocket science!}.  Hey...any chance to DIY, is worth sharing with all of you!  :)

 All you need is:

Pot or Bucket
Fine Sand
Branches {manzanita, willow...really, whatever you can find}
Jewelry

Fill the pot with the sand and place the branches to maximize your display space.

Place jewelry on the nooks and crannies of the branches {avoid cat's curiosity}.

I placed little trinkets to personalize it as well.


I used necklaces and earrings...still need to fill this baby out!

 Here is the finished product!

And here she is in her new home!

I'm definitely happy to proudly display my friend's jewelry tree...these particular branches give me a LOT more room to hang and display jewelry.

So...what do you think?  Will you be making a jewelry try anytime soon?

xo natasha

31 comments:

  1. what a fun idea! thanks for sharing this. xoxo jillian:: cornflake dreams

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  2. oh i love this idea! so simple yet creative, and it would add the perfect rustic outdoor touch to any room! thanks for sharing, I WILL be making this soon :)

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  3. This is the best idea, I love the natural look of the branches, it's so pretty with your jewels!

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  4. so creative - makes for such a fun display too :)

    xoxo, chrissy
    The Perfect Palette

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  5. What a creative idea! I've never seen a jewelry tree before!

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  6. Such a great way to display jewelry...brings a little touch of nature inside too!
    xo

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  7. This is genuis! I could def use something like that to hang all my necklaces.

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  8. I love this! I'd so make this! Watch out though it looks like your cat likes it too ;)

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  9. Oh my gosh- I love! Such a good idea, and it doesn't look like too much work at all! I may have to steal this idea... so cute.

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  10. It's so cute and creative! Much more fun to look at than my boring set up ;) It reminds me of an anthropologie piece.

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  11. This is so genius! The wheels in my head are already turning and thinking about if those branches were painted...Love this idea, girl!

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  12. Very nice! Such a great idea and easy to put together.

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  13. Such a cute idea!
    I'm always looking for creative ways to display my jewelry!

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  14. it's really cool - you've got to love a bit of funky creativity :)
    Claudia xo

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  15. Really cute idea! Love the jewelry tree. Maybe I'll try this in my new place in Seattle! So excited to see you tomorrow (:

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  16. what a fabulous idea! i have a lamp that has some "branches" on it that i hang my jewelry on, but this would hold a lot more!

    have a great weekend!

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  17. I'll have to try this!!! What a cute idea! Oh, and what a nice friend! Have a wonderful weekend!
    www.moddybee.blogspot.com

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  18. Very cute idea!!! I think that I'll have to try it.

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  19. I love this!! Such an amazing idea. Thanks for sharing

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  20. I love it!! Those branches are perfect for it!

    Becca
    http://blondeslogic.blogspot.com

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  21. This is really pretty! Such a great idea. I have a jewelry stand as well, that's like coral branch, but I certainly didn't make it!!

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  22. I like jewellers in london and specially this article of bracelet and have to view recently and there is really available lot of variety of jewellery, including engagement rings.

    Custom Design Jewelry

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