Wednesday, November 5, 2014

How To #DIY Bracelet Rack/Holder?

Rhianna's Studio #DIY #Tutorial bracelet holder bracelet rack
Good Afternoon Loves!
 I hope your week is going well! Happy Hump Day! The weekend is almost here! Yesterday, while cleaning up my bedroom and trying to reorganize my messy jewelry shelf I came up with a quick and easy DIY for organizing and storing my bracelets. I made it from junk I had around the house that I was not using. 
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Rhianna's Studio #DIY bracelet holder/rack #tutorial instructional

I used a wooden pencil and highlighter that was dried out and a $0.10 plate I got from the thrift store. I originally bought the plate for a different DIY but I broke my display item and never replaced it. At first I was going to just display my bracelets on the rack as is. Then I decided it may look better if I cover the pencil and highlighter with some pretty or at least colorful ribbon. So that's what I ended up doing. The great thing about this bracelet holder is that it is multi functioning as the plate can also hold jewelry like earrings or rings maybe even watches depending on the width.
Rhianna's Studio pictorial #tutorial instructional bracelet holder #DIY

Here is what I used. You can substitute where necessary.
  1. Scissors
  2. Ribbon
  3. Pencil
  4. Highlighter
  5. Plate
  6. Glue
Here is how I made the bracelet rack/holder/organizer
Rhianna's Studio #DIY pictorial bracelet rack
Step 1: Center and glue your pencil on top of the highlighter. Let dry for about 3 - 4 hours *the highlighter not glued down yet in this picture*
Rhianna's Studio #DIY pictorial bracelet rack  Rhianna's Studio #DIY bracelet holder jewelry display pictorial
Step 2: Apply glue to the ribbon to go on the pencil
Rhianna's Studio #DIY bracelet holder pictorial jewelry display
Step 3: Gently wrap ribbon around the pencil maneuver around the highlighter *periodically add glue to the ribbon while wrapping*
Rhianna's Studio #DIY bracelet holder pictorial jewelry display
Step 4: Apply glue to a separate piece of ribbon and wrap it around the center of the holder where the pencil and the highlighter meet. *be sure to wrap multiple times to securely cover the starting edge*
Rhianna's Studio #DIY bracelet holder pictorial jewelry display
 Step 5: Continue wrapping going down to the highlighter periodically adding glue as while wrapping
Rhianna's Studio #DIY bracelet holder pictorial jewelry display
Step 6: Wipe plate with rubbing alcohol 
Rhianna's Studio #DIY bracelet holder pictorial jewelry display
Step 7: Apply a small amount of glue to the plate
Step 8: Apply glue to the bottom of the highlighter and place in the center of the plate.
Step 9:  Allow to dry for 12 - 24 hours.  Then add bracelets and jewelry.

Thank you for reading!
~xoxo Rhianna's Studio

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