DIY Jewelry Tree

A few months ago, my great Aunt Ellen past away. She was quite a lady! She was beautiful, elegant, spunky, and had a small obsession with earrings. Like all the gals in my family, Aunt Ellen was quite a shopper. My Aunt Boo recently sent me a package with a bunch of Aunt Ellen’s jewelry. It was one of the best gifts I’ve ever recieved! There was a bunch of fun costume jewelry and brooches, as well as some beautiful fine jewelry. I recieved her opal ring and necklace set which is very special to me since we have the same birthdate. I wanted to make a special display for my favorite of Aunt Ellen’s necklace collection. I have a brass tree display on my vanity, but it is pretty small. So, I made my own tree display by painting some fallen tree branches with silver spray paint, and arranging them nicely in a vase. They are sturdy enough for simple necklaces and can hold quite a few. You can make your own necklace display to your own style by changing up the color of the branches and the vase they rest in. I think it is a sweet display, and I love passing by it and seeing all of Aunt Ellen’s necklaces shining up at me. It warms my heart. She was quite a gal, and I love her to bits. So Aunt Ellen, this one’s for you doll!

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25 Responses

  1. hello:D Nice Jewelry Tree, may i try it at home? It’s very unique.

  2. I’m just 12 and i make it!Easy and beatiful !!!!

  3. This is just beautiful! I have some branches lying around, waiting for me to craft something with them.. this will be perfect! :)

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  11. I absolutely love this. So pretty. I’m looking for ways to display my jewelry at craft shows and this is beautiful. I may try it.

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  16. Jason Bartlett

    where can I buy that vase?

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