☩DIY☩ Burned Wood Jewelry Display/Key Hook

Things you need for this DIY:

✝ driftwood

✝ screw in hooks

✝ soldering iron

✝ drill

✝ 1/8 & 1/4 drill bits

✝ wood glue

✝ ruler

✝ pen

✝ screws or nails


Total time: 

1 hour

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I need ten of these to properly organize my jewelry.

Start by burning your design into your driftwood. Straight lines and spots seem to be the easiest. Do I have to warn you to be super careful? Soldering irons are terrifyingly hot y'all. 


Not too bad.


Practice makes perfect!


When you have a design you like, mark the bottom with dots one inch apart.


Drill little holes where you marked.


Then dab a little glue on your hooks and screw them into the wood.


Use both drill bits to pre-drill holes with sinkholes for your screws or nails.


Screw or nail into the wall and that's it! Get organized!

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☩DIY☩ Palmistry Jewelry Display

Things you need for this DIY:

✝ black hand shaped jewelry display, get one here or here 

✝ gold permanent marker


Total time:

15 mins

Add a little mysticism to your boudoir. 


Start by drawing the lines of the hand.


I used these images for inspiration. Read more about palmistry here.

Tada! If you mess up a few times like I did, a little rubbing alcohol will help you remove the ink.

☩DIY☩ Doily Dreamcatcher

Things you will need for this DIY:
✝ a doily
✝ sticks
✝ light and dark colored embroidery floss
✝ scissors
✝ cruelty-free feathers


Total time:

1 hour


Total cost:

Check your attic and local park before you buy anything.

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One of my favorite things I've inherited from both Rubin's late grandmother and mine are beautiful hand made doilies like this one. I'm not really stoked on putting them on armrests so I am always looking for ways to display and appreciate them. I have a few ideas, here is one..


I took a stroll in the park and collected these twigs.


First tie the sticks together to make a large loop.


Make sure the loop is larger than the doily.

Tie one scallop of the doily to the loop.


Then tie the opposite scallop. Work all the way around, alternating opposite sides. This will keep it circular.




Then wrap the feathers in thread and attach.

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Voila! Hang above your bed to catch all the bad dreams. In our case, the guest bed.