I’m not sure about you, but I am always in need of more jewelry dishes. It’s not that my jewelry is overflowing (okay, it is), but it’s just easier to see what you have to work with when every earring you own isn’t piled on top of each other. So, with that in mind, I’m always on the lookout for cute ways to display earrings, bracelets and rings. When I saw this little dish I just knew right away…. DIY Diamond Jewelry Dish!!
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First, grab a sheet of the cutest scrapbook paper you’ve ever seen. I recently updated this Wooden Box with it and I LOOOVE all the paper choices! You will want to make a few quick measurements of the size and then cut your paper out accordingly.
Next, using Miss Martha’s Decoupage Matte Finish, apply a thin amount on the flat surface of the diamond dish. Flip the scrapbook paper over and apply a thin amount of decoupage onto the back of the paper as well.
Adhere the paper to the dish and gently push out any air bubbles that may have formed. Once my shape was in place, I applied another thin layer of decoupage to the top of my paper, as well as to the edges of the paper. This will help if there are any future spills or if your jewelry may scratch the paper a bit. The decoupage will provide a layer of protection against that.
After the decoupage dries, it’s time to add in your pretty jewelry!
I wear that geometric square necklace ALL THE TIME and you’ll never believe where it’s from… I think it was about $3 from Forever 21 a few years ago. I wish I could share the link because it’s my favorite necklace ever.
What do you do to store your jewelry?
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