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  • LaCreme Cow

    Find old frames on craigslist and repaint them for an easy jewelry display #organization #JewelryDisplay #storage #vintage

  • Ariel Bath

    This DIY jewelry holder, posted on @Shelterness, is a unique and easy way to store jewelry in the #bathroom or the #bedroom. You can paint an old frame and construct it using natural branches. Shelterness credited the idea to Brass Razoo boutique.

  • Leslie Carr

    DIY necklace holder with old frame and branches... Great idea to get organized!

  • Aysenur İlkışık

    Old frame and branch jewelry storage idea! #decorationidea #decoration #recycleuse

  • Jamie Bowen

    Looks like a fun idea! DIY Jewelry Display with a large picture frame and some sturdy sticks.

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