DIY Jewelry Stand

Remember this groovy nightstand I reworked? Well, I had some leftover supplies, so I  made a custom jewelry stand. I really wanted something that was brightly colored, but simple and able to hold my bracelets and larger rings that don’t fit in my jewelry box. Here’s how it turned out!

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Figure 1. Tadaaaa! My bracelet/ring jewelry stand!

So what did I need to gather and do to make the following? It was really simple and cheap actually!

  • Hot dog holder (Target, $1.49)
  • Glass candlestand holder (Dollar Tree, $1)
  • Small plate (Dollar Tree, $1)
  • Primer paint
  • Acrylic paint
  • Paint brushes

Aaaand to bind it all together I used E600 industrial glue, which I got at Walmart for about $3. This stuff is heavy duty!


Figure 2. E600 visual. Image from Amazon.

What was surprisingly hardest for me to find was a plain wooden dowel thick enough and correct in length to hold my bracelets. I ended up not finding a wooden stick, but decided to use a hot dog holder I randomly found at Target. Not only can it stably attach to the candlestand, it has a cool edge design and has space for me to put tinier bracelets inside!

This DIY was inspired by the following YouTube video. Enjoy!


One comment on “DIY Jewelry Stand

  1. […] quick DIY project by the power of E600 glue and a few items I got for about $1 a piece. I have this wonderful bathroom vanity in my apartment, […]

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