Is it May already…and almost 1/3 over. I am still pushing foward on the NYR to become more oranginzed.
Organization in our house is a constant battle, a good one, but hard-fought non the less.
With 3 girls, the princess accessories are at an all time high, but I am sure it is just the tip of the iceberg.
At her recent campout birthday party, Raiven received a few new special accessories, she has pierced easr, has been acquiring necklaces and bracelets from relatives and friends, and thrifting. Until this project she was hanging them on a wooden drawing doll, is that what it is called?
I accidentally deleted a whole card full of photos…ugh! So the before shots are none existent..but here is what we did:
I had 2 black picture frames that were thrifted or the glass has brokern out of, I was tired of tripping over them but knew I would find a use from them….eventually.
When I saw this I decided to upcycle the old frames to organize our oldest daughters jewelry.
We spray painted them in Raiven’s color choice.
Then Hubby cut, he is the type A to my relaxed type B, and attached chicken wire to the frame.
He attached them to the wall with hallow all sinkers, since they were not on a stud, we wanted them securely in place.
WE added these hooks to the chicken wire, we crimped the top set closed so they are fixed in place, but we left the others uncrimped so she can move them around as she likes. These are from Menards, but I am sure any hardware store has them.
The other side we did not put any hook on, we left this one for earrings so she can just loop them over the wire.
I made the yellow beautiful art on her wall, inspired by one I saw on Zulily.
She is thrilled with this new addition to her room, and is really lets her showcase all the special jewelery she has, as most of it has been gifts. It also gives her the independence to choose what she wants to wear and gives her the ability to easily care for her special jewelry.
Reblogged this on Emma DreamStar's Creations and commented:
I always need new ways to store extra jewelry! This is such a cute solution!
Thank you so much! I will come over and check out our blog.