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AngelCross
« on: August 24, 2010 08:16:52 PM »

I made this necklace stand in about 10 minutes tonight to display some of my new jewelry.

Supplies:

Needle Nose Pliars
Scissors
Wire Cutters
Duct Tape
Wire Hanger
Padded Velvet (from a torn up old Christmas stocking in my case)

Step 1:  Clip off about 7 inches off the bottom of the hanger, and shape hanger by pending back the hook to make a stand.  Then bend the rest into a circle.  Duct tape the ends together and bend the circle back a little to create a stand frame.



Step 2:  Cut your velvet (or other padded cloth) so that you have a piece a couple inches wider than the circle made by your hanger.  Wrap the fabric tightly around the back and duct tape.  Don't skimp on the tape, it gives the stand a bit of strength for heavier pendants.  Take a small strip of the left over velvet and wrap around part of the exposed wire for a cleaner look.



Display your jewelry!

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FriendlyNeighbourPsycho
« Reply #1 on: August 24, 2010 09:14:06 PM »

Thats VERY clever!! It looks very professional too!
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