Easy Natural Bracelet Holder


| 1/10/2018 8:29:00 AM


Tags: , bracelet stands, do-it-yourself jewelry holders, renee benoit, california,

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Happy New Year everyone! Let's hope this an even better year for fun, learning and adventure!

Let's get to it!

Recently, I got fed up with trying to cram all my bracelets into my jewelry box. It just wasn't working! As a crazy old lady, I feel that it's my time to shamelessly strut my stuff and accessories are one way to do it! I'm biggest on earrings, bracelets and necklaces. I have a lovely little earring holder that I bought a few years ago. I hang my necklaces on the wall with pushpins and there's my jewelry box for everything else.

Just so you know, I go to secondhand stores for my bling. I have no budget for retail except on deep discount. No, I find my best pieces in the secondhand store and it's worth it. Fun!

I looked around in the stores for something to hold my bracelets but, alas, nothing appealed to me, and besides, the price was too high. Then the other day I was in the wood pile getting some kindling and I had a brilliant idea for how to make my bracelet holder!

RENEEB
1/21/2018 1:10:22 PM

Thanks Nebraska! I did enjoy it and I do like using power tools. The only one I have gotten used to is the table saw. Too scary! But I have my own (small) chain saw that I'm careful to use and it rips through wood and I feel ever so useful along side my husband with his massive chain saw. He does the big stuff. I do the little stuff. Teamwork! Have a great power tool day! - California Renee


RENEEB
1/21/2018 1:09:39 PM

Thanks Nebraska! I did enjoy it and I do like using power tools. The only one I have gotten used to is the table saw. Too scary! But I have my own (small) chain saw that I'm careful to use and it rips through wood and I feel ever so useful along side my husband with his massive chain saw. He does the big stuff. I do the little stuff. Teamwork! Have a great power tool day! - California Renee


RENEEB
1/21/2018 1:08:38 PM

Thanks Nebraska! I did enjoy it and I do like using power tools. The only one I have gotten used to is the table saw. Too scary! But I have my own (small) chain saw that I'm careful to use and it rips through wood and I feel ever so useful along side my husband with his massive chain saw. He does the big stuff. I do the little stuff. Teamwork! Have a great power tool day! - California Renee





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