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How to Make a Homemade Jewelry Holder

by:Merryshine     2019-10-15
Store-The organizers who buy jewelry do not always hold all the jewelry they should hold.If the top of your dresser is covered with a bowl of overflowing necklaces and you can never find matching earrings, turn a normal shadow box into a jewelry display.Whether you have a rich necklace or an overflowing bracelet, custom jewelry organizers can accommodate all your favorite treasures.
The only skill required for this simple DIY is to know how to use electric drills, hammers and nails.Remove the glass from the front of the shadow box.Lay the shadow box flat on the table and put the jewelry inside so that you can plan the position of the hooks, pins and cups according to your own needs.
Mark the position of each hook with a pencil and ruler.About 1 inch and 1 inch from the back of the frame is a useful spacing.To decorate The Shadow Box, cover the back panel of the box with fabric, or paint the frame to fit the decoration of your home.
Drill the starter hole with 3/32-inch drill bit.Drilling 1/4-Each mark is inches deep.Be careful not to drill through the frame all the way.One way to make sure you don\'t drill too far is to put a piece of tape 1/4 away from the drill so you know where to stop.
If you don\'t have a power drill, hammer a small nail at the Hook mark to make it easy for the screw to start.Make sure the width of the nail is less than the screw of the hook.Screw the hook into the frame in each hole.
Two hooks are reserved to fix the pins.
Turn the shadow box upright and arrange the votive bracket at the bottom of the frame.Use a hot glue gun to put a circle of glue on the bottom of each cup.Place the cup on the frame and hold it firmly until the glue holds the Cup.
Mark your pin with a pencil and ruler.
Saw the pin at the pencil mark.
The length of the pin can vary depending on what you want it to hold.Cut the pin about 10 inch long or add two 6-More bracelets and earrings.Or, use only one 7-If you have a lot of long necklaces to make room for, then the pins in inches.
Mark the required pin length with a pencil and ruler.Saw the pin at the pencil mark.The length of the pin can vary depending on what you want it to hold.Cut the pin about 10 inch long or add two 6-More bracelets and earrings.
Or, use only one 7-If you have a lot of long necklaces to make room for, then the pins in inches.Smooth the edges of the pins to smooth the rough edges.Spread the drop cloth or large piece of paper, and the protection area is not painted.
Lay the stakes flat on paper.
Hold the paint spray tank about 8 inch away from the pin, and slowly spray a light or even a layer of paint on the pin.Let the pin dry before you turn the pin to the other side for another layer of paint.Continue to add paint layers until the pins are covered.
Place the pin in the shadow box to mark the position of the two hooks that will hold the pin.The spacing of the hook should be 1 to 2 inch shorter than the length of the pin, so that the pin has some overlap on the hook.Use a ruler to measure the distance marked to the bottom of the frame to ensure that the mark is uniform and the pin is horizontal.
Drill a starter hole at the mark of each hook.Check if the screw length on the hook is greater than the width of the shadow frame back panel.To avoid scratching the wall with the hook tip, add a piece of decoration to increase the thickness of the screw.
Drill the starter hole all the way through the panel.Turn the box over and put a 1/4 piece of wood on top of the drill.Place a row fast-Dry the glue on the back of the decoration, place it on the panel, cover the drill holes, and fix it until the decoration is fixed.
Turn the box right.
side up and re-Drill each hole into the trim.Screw the hook into the hole and place the pin inside the two hooks.If the shadow box does not have it yet.Screw a D-Ring to each side of the frame, the total length along the frame does not exceed 1/3.
Cut a wire 1/2 to 2 times the width of the frame.Through each end of the D-ring wireWrap the extra wires several times.Pull the wire up in the center to make sure it doesn\'t extend to the top of the frame.
Your shadow box can now show off your jewelry collection.To decorate The Shadow Box, cover the back panel of the box with fabric, or paint the frame to fit the decoration of your home.Be careful when using electric drills, hand saws and glue guns.
Every tool does damage.
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