Another Beautiful Jewelry Holder/Display Idea-Pin Head

Another Beautiful Jewelry Holder/Display Idea-Pin Head

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  1. I have looked and clicked and tried to find the actual instructions for this jewelry display! Wondering what the strap in the middle holding the jewelry is made of and how it is attached???

    1. This isn’t my project but from what I can see the supports are small branches. You could nail, or heavy duty glue them in place with small screw in hooks for holding the jewelry! Good Luck if you try it out!

  2. I don’t know if it’s real branches or not but if you look closely you can see finishing nails for each necklace spot. The branches are attached behind the frame. 🙂 I really want to try this out!!

  3. I finally figured out this is from The Brass Razoo here in Nampa, ID! It’s a wonderful shop full of handmade things. I’m sure the owner, Elise Vaughn, made this herself. I wish I could ask her how she did it.