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Re-use cardboard boxes and create yourself a pretty stand for your necklaces and bracelets!
My family eats a lot of cereal, so we have a lot of boxes. I thought of this project when I needed a jewelry stand but didn't want to buy one. Have fun!

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  • How to make a jewelry tree. Tree Jewelry Stand - Step 1
    Step 1

    First you need to take out your cardboard. It is best if it isn't too thick, cereal boxes, granola bar boxes and kleenex boxes work. Decide how big you want your tree to be, then draw it onto on of your pieces of cardboard. Cut out two of these pieces and glue them together.

  • How to make a jewelry tree. Tree Jewelry Stand - Step 2
    Step 2

    Next take your cardboard and cut pieces a bit smaller than your actual tree. Do that until the pieces are very small. Glue them together, onto your piece you already made, from big to small. This should create a 3-D effect on one side.

  • How to make a jewelry tree. Tree Jewelry Stand - Step 3
    Step 3

    Cut a square of cardboard for the base and cut another for a support.

  • How to make a jewelry tree. Tree Jewelry Stand - Step 4
    Step 4

    Paint your tree making sure you cover the sides as well. Then glue the support on and then glue the entire thing to the base. You may need to put something heavy on the back of the base. Now, put your jewelry on it and enjoy!

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Ewa T.
Ewa T. · Piteå, Norrbotten County, SE · 8 projects
How smart! I will do it!
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E B.
E B.
I have been wanting one of these for months but I was too cheap. Never even thought of making one.
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Susanna P.
Susanna P. · Rome, Lazio, IT · 43 projects
I love how you create the bark effect!
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Jill T.
Jill T. · Sacramento, California, US · 7 projects
That's cute and really creative!
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