DIY Jewelry Holder Tutorial
Store your jewelry collection in a convenient and beautiful spot with this quick and easy DIY Jewelry Holder Tutorial by Emma Jeffery from Fiskars. Bring the outdoors in by using natural elements such as tree branches or driftwood to create this boho-inspired jewelry holder.
- Fiskars® Precision Hammer
- Fiskars® Precision Nail Starter
- Fiskars® PowerCut™ Easy Action™ Snips
- Fiskars® Precision Needle-Nose Pliers
- Tree branch for cutting
- Sanding block
- 3/4” Copper tacks
- 18 gauge Copper wire
- Nail or hook for hanging on wall
Identify branch and cut. Select a tree branch from your own backyard and cut it down with the Fiskars® Precision Hand Saw. Trim any twigs or shoots from the branch you selected and sand any ends if necessary.
Create the hooks. Measure and mark the jewelry hook placements along the length of the branch. Place a tack into the Fiskars® Precision Nail Starter and hammer into the branch using the Fiskars® Precision Hammer at each marked point.
Add wire to the branch. Use the Fiskars® Precision Needle-Nose Pliers to wrap one end of the copper wire around the branch. Use the wire cutter on the Fiskars® PowerCut™ Snips to trim the wire to the desired length.
Hang on wall. Hang a hook on the wall in the location where you want your jewelry holder to be. Nail a spot in the wall, using the Fiskars® Precision Nail Starter to ensure a straight nail, and hang the jewelry holder.