Published on April 21st, 2009 | by Jules Yap


It’s a girl thing

Adora salvages a broken picture frame and turns it into a display for her jewelery.

“Many years ago, my roommate accidentally broke the glass of my picture frame. I cut a piece of some used presentation board, and cover it up with Ikea Pernilla fabric leftover from another project. Insert it to the frame, added clear pins (also reused from presentation) to hold my jewelery. It is now hung in my walk-in closet next to Flang, which is holding the necklaces. (I reckon that cork boards are better choice, but I didn’t want to spend any money.) This set up is great for me, because I often forget my jewelery when they are in a box. This way, it is easy to pick out something for the outfit.”

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7 Responses to It’s a girl thing

  1. Silje says:

    I have loads of jewelry – especially earrings – I don’t use anymore. I just might try this :)

  2. berkey says:

    great idea wow! Nice Website!I really do like this
    keep it up
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  3. Stacy says:

    I really do like this idea- good job!

  4. Belajar Internet Marketing says:

    wow! Nice Website!

  5. Mimi says:

    I like the idea, but i agree with jon b about the fabric choice. I would use a solid color, maybe velvet. Good job, though!

  6. jon b says:

    great idea. It’s not hard to see the jewelry with a complex background like the print shown?

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