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Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Shabby Chic Jewelry Organizer

My daughter is a Pinterest addict, just like her mother!!  I have been promising her that I would make her a jewelry organizer for months now.  Last week I found the perfect frame at an estate sale for a $1.00!  The frame was in excellent shape, and Lauren wanted to keep it gold.  What????  No spray paint?  No ASCP?  The paint addict that I am, I did add a touch of purple to blend with her room.

Well, after months of waiting on me to make this, it is finally completed!  I decided to use a piece of screening material for the earrings, and I added hooks across the bottom of the frame for bracelets and necklaces.

DIY jewelry organizer, jewelry, cheap diy organizer, rosettes,  tutorial, screen





DIY jewelry organizer, jewelry, cheap diy organizer, rosettes,  tutorial, screen


                             DIY jewelry organizer, jewelry, cheap diy organizer, rosettes,  tutorial, screen                                      



DIY jewelry organizer, jewelry, cheap diy organizer, rosettes,  tutorial, screen

Here is an up close of the purple paint I added around the frame.

DIY jewelry organizer, jewelry, cheap diy organizer, rosettes,  tutorial, screen

 I also raided my jewelry drawer for old earrings and such that I never wear any more to add to the rosettes.

DIY jewelry organizer, jewelry, cheap diy organizer, rosettes,  tutorial, screen


fabric rosettes with jewelry organizer, vintage jewelry, tutorial

Since Lauren loves pearls,  I added an old pearl necklace across the top between the rosettes.

DIY jewelry organizer, jewelry, cheap diy organizer, rosettes,  tutorial, screen

floral rosettes with vintage jewelry
                            floral rosettes with vintage jewelry


Cheap, Diy,  Tutorial  Jewelry Organizer using picture frame and screen
                                                                                         
Now the big question is.........will the jewelry organizer be the motivation she needs to prevent the scene below??  For some reason, her jewelry never seems to make it to her room, and she wonders why she can only find one earring.  Hint: our kitty has a blast playing with those feather earrings!  The basket has turned into his toy box.   :)   I would love to reclaim my basket for its original purpose....the mail!

jewelry in basket

Have a very blessed day, and thank you for stopping by!  I love your visits.

                                                                  Kathy

46 comments:

Jeanne said...

I made an organizer earlier this year and it really has helped. I now can always find that second earring! Thanks for the follow...I'm following back!

My Rags to Riches said...

Nice!! I love the earrings in the rosettes! Thanks for visiting my blog, I'm excited to follow your projects!! Who isn't a Pinterest addict these daly right?!!

Jana@Transformations From the Heart said...

Kathy,
This turned out just too cute. Love the addition of the rosettes and also the purple paint. I bet your daughter really loves what you did.

ღ Jans Life According To Milo ღ said...

I tell ya, I am soo addicted to Pinterest too. I went over 3GB on my unlimited iphone plan last month, mostly spending time on Pinterest and Pandora. Lol. I love the rosettes, but the pearls definitely set them off! I love the purple colors as well. Great job! Thank you for visiting me and following me, I am following you now as well! : )..

odetoinspiration said...

The jewelry organized turned out fabulous! I love the fabric flowers! I can't believe you got the frame for a $1!! That's a steal!!

Jennifer said...

It's so pretty, gold and all! Love the hooks at the bottom, brilliant!
By the way you were my 450 GFC follower!! I'm so excited! Thank you!

Brooke @ Inside-Out Design said...

It's so pretty! I love that you used earrings for the center of the flowers. The hooks on the bottom were a great idea too.

Tara @ Tales of a Trophy Wife said...

It looks great-hopefully she'll use it:)

Rolled Up Pretty said...

Okay how CUTE is that? You did such a GREAT job! I LOVE IT! :)

Helen's Decor said...

How unique! Love how it looks! I'm following you on Linky and hope you'll follow me, too.
Thanks, Helen

Kathy Moody said...

Thank you so much!! I just returned the follow on Linky. Look forward to your blog. :)
Kathy

The enchanted home said...

Great looking...thanks for visiting me AND drumroll please...you won my giveaway!!!!!!!! Congrats!! Announcing it this morning on my blog. Please get in touch with me, thanks.

Toodie said...

Looks great! Love the touch of purple.

Pamela said...

What a great idea Kathy! It looks so pretty. Thanx for partying at THT!

Full Circle Creations said...

So cute! Thanks for sharing at the All Star Block Party!

Holly

Sue Anne McKinney said...

Very cute board! I did a similar one a few years ago and covered it in some plaid fabric. Mine is not so fancy...I just used straight pins to hold my necklaces. Thanks for stopping by to visit this Austin Nana!

Kathleen said...

Kathy,
You did a fabulous job on this organizer! I love the rosettes and the touch of purple. Thank you for visiting and following my blog.
Your newest follower,
Kathleen

andie jaye said...

those rosettes are so pretty! i love the shinies on it too! thanks for linking this up to tip-toe thru tuesday!

Sarah Carper said...

Very creative! i love it!

Thanks for visiting my new blog! I'm returning the favor and am now your newest follower!

Malerie Jeffries said...

Love this idea! Very crafty and unique!

Brandi said...

Hi Kathy! I love your organizer. The flowers you added are so pretty! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. I appreciate your comments.

Bonnie and Trish @ Uncommon said...

So pretty! Thanks for sharing with us this week!

Take care,

Trish

Trixi said...

oh wow! I am stunned! I am so glad I checked out your blog cause this is going on my pinterest!

Kathie said...

It looks fabulous! Love the use of the screen. It is the perfect size for those earrings! Thanks for sharing at Gettin' Krafty With It!

Tina@WhatWeKeep said...

Hi Kathy,
My SIL made rosettes last Christmas and I know she would love to use them like this for her daughter's jewelry. Thanks for coming by and I'm a new follower, Tina

Robin said...

Pretty! I need something like that!
I'm following you back from LOVE THIS LIFE!

Christina said...

I love this whole organizer!! It's beautiful - the rosettes are awesome :)

Thanks so much for linking to "20 Below Thursday"!! :)

Danavee said...

Following back! Love this!!!!!!!! Right up my alley!

Adrianne at Happy Hour Projects said...

Thanks for dropping by Happy Hour Projects ~ following you! This looks fantastic, I've been debating how to make my jewelry organizer. :)

Adrianne
www.happyhourprojects.com

Beth said...

This sure turned out pretty! I need to make something like this for my step-sister. It's waaaay prettier than so many of the others I've seen out in blog land. And I'm returning the favor by following you back on your blog. :)

Cassie {two-in-diapers.blogspot.com} said...

That is so very cute and practical! Nice job! I'm happy to be your newest follower via the Sunday Social, and would love a visit back at http://www.two-in-diapers.blogspot.com! :)

Katie said...

so cute!! I love the fabric flowers on the corners!

Emily Meyers said...

Hey there! I just found your cute blog via the hop and I'm your newest follower! Also I'd just love to invite you to check out a huge giveaway I'm having right now!!

Hope to see you there! Thanks so much lady!
Emily

http://emilymmeyers.blogspot.com/2012/07/chi-bling-giveaway-winner.html

Kimberly Sminkey said...

Love that touch of feminine purple! Great project, thanks for sharing!

Evelyn said...

What a great idea! Art and an organizer all in one. What a great job you did on this, with the roses in the corners with the "spare" earrings. Thank you so very much for sharing at Freedom Fridays.

Katherines Corner said...

love it!!!! XO P.S. see you at the Thursday Favorite Things hop

Richella said...

It looks great! What a great creation from an old frame. I need one of those myself!

Thanks for joining Grace at Home!!

Candy said...

Kathy,
What a neat idea......and tooo cute. Im now following from PICKINandPAINTIN.blogspot.com. Please, please come visit me and maybe you'll decide to follow back?? THANKS. 8-)

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Oh I love this! It's a great idea, thanks so much for linking up to Vintage Inspiration!

The Lovely Mrs. P said...

Very Cute Kathy! Thanks for linkin up last week at my linky party! I hope to see you again this week!
Kim@madeinaday

Shannon said...

I think screening for jewelry storage is kind of brilliant! Looks great!

Patty (Patty's Pretty Things) said...

Love this idea! I pinned it!

Con Voluntad y Creatividad Se Pueden Hacer Maravillas! said...

i love the idea, thanks for sharing.
blessings!
Biby

Deepthi said...

Wow!!!!
I love this!!!

Kathy Moody said...

Thank you so much, and thanks for following. I'm your newest follower. Your blog is great. :)

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