• Tina Levy @tinassedona

Love your jewelry

Updated: Sep 23

Have you considered arranging your most exciting jewelry on a frame so you can enjoy it even when you're not wearing it? Here's a crafty idea for a hanging jewelry organizer, and you don't have to spend much money or time to make one. Plus, if you are a jewelry artist like myself, frames are a clever way to show off your pieces while making it convenient for you to find something to match your mood. I've also had fun hanging a large pair of Southwest tribal earrings in my guest room within a small frame that beautifully added to the room's motif.


To "show the love", all you need is a used picture frame and hanger, a staple gun, and some type of material to staple to the back of the frame. I have used everything from rubber shelf liner from a discount store to leftover needlework canvas. Just use something with holes in it that won't stretch out over time. I get my frames from thrift stores. You know, the eclectic ones? When you've finished assembling your frame you can easily attach your treasured jewelry into an artistic display you can admire. I make wire hangers to use and I've even reshaped paper clips for this purpose.


When you take an even bigger step and decide to assemble a good variety of frame shapes and sizes, make a clever wall arrangement and move it around to change the decorative effect. I love that part... I get to see a gallery of beautiful jewelry whenever I want and moving it around reminds me of just what I have! Here's a display I made to honor my personal "stash".



If you are reading this, then you are a jewelry lover too. So do visit my collections of handmade artistic jewelry for purchase from Tina's Sedona @ www.tinassedona.com. Many pieces are original designs. Before you place your first order, go to the bottom of this page and subscribe to my occasional newsletters and I will send you a 20% off coupon to apply to your entire first purchase.


  • Facebook
  • Pinterest
  • Instagram
  • Twitter
  • YouTube

©2019 by Tina's Sedona. Proudly created with Wix.com     Privacy Policy