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« on: July 22, 2006 08:49:18 AM »

Anyone out there have any good ideas on making a jewelry tree, or objects you could reuse to make a jewelry tree? I tried using utensils and wire, but i found a lot of flaws...any suggestions?
« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2006 01:12:40 PM »

Just curious -- you mean something to hold & display your own jewelry on (at home), or something to display jewelry-for-sale on?
For at-home display, I've seen several posts on the jewelry/trinkets boards that mentioned fleamarket/thriftshop cup rack type things (either the standing kind of cup rack or the expandable wall-mount kind).
I suppose you could try making something similar to the standing type -- say maybe with part of an old broom or mop handle, some sort of base, some leather or other cord, & some pencils.. ? (unsharpened, lol).
[[oops forgot to mention maybe trying actual tree or shrub branches.. ?]]
Might also try a Craftster search for this board & the other jewelry board too; for search term try cup rack, or maybe also just the word display or the word storage.
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