DIY Rotating Jewelry Storage Using Cereal Box & Paper Towel Tube

I came up with this idea of Rotating jewelry display to help my friend at our community center but it totally works for anyone who loves and has lot of jewelry to store or display.
Take the paper towel roll and trace it in the bottom center of the cereal box and cut it out using a craft knife.
Cut the top part of the cereal box and cover the whole box with contact paper.
Now cut a cardboard piece which is bigger than the empty painter's tape roll. Use E6000 and glue one end of roll to the cardboard piece. Use a piece of cardboard if you don't have empty painter's tape roll.
Fill the paper roll with some weight. I used stones here. Cover the top with any desired scrap book paper of your choice. Also cover the entire paper roll and cardboard piece using scrapbook paper and Mod Podge. I used silver washi tape and covered the paper roll. But it is your choice to cover/mask them with whatever you have in hand. You can also use paint.It is totally up to you.If you don't have any empty cardboard roll like the one used here, you can also use pvc pipe for this purpose.
For rest of the steps on how I completed this jewelry box,click here
For a short clip of how it rotates, click here

Suggested materials:

  • Empty cereal box
  • Paper towel cardboard tube
  • Empty painter's tape cardboard
See all materials

Top Hometalk Projects

30 Unbelievable Backyard Update Ideas
15 Amazing Craft Projects That You Can Do Under 15 Minutes
30 Fabulous Wreath Ideas That Will Make Your Neighbors Smile
22 Homemade Soaps You Can Give As Gifts All Year Round
These Clever Ideas Will Help You With Spring Cleaning
21 Ways To Use Those Pickle Jars You've Been Saving
31 Ways For You To Style Your Garden
3 Ideas To Use Terracotta Pots You Definitely Haven't Seen Before
12 Christmas Home Tours You're SO Going To Fall For
Upgrade Your Backyard With These 30 Clever Ideas
Craft Organization Ideas Mom Will Love
30 Essential Hacks For Cleaning Around Your Home
32 Space-Saving Storage Ideas That'll Keep Your Home Organized
These Upcycling Ideas Will Blow You Away!
30 Great Mason Jar Ideas You Have To Try
Sahana

Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!

Go

Have a question about this project?

3 questions
  • Erin
    on Aug 2, 2016

    How is this supposed to rotate?

  • Sari Graham
    on Aug 3, 2016

    You are a very talented and resourceful woman. Did you make the earrings?

    • Barb in Texas
      on Jan 11, 2017

      They're beautiful examples of that style, I have a friend who makes them out of polymer clay.

      , Jhmukas I think
  • Leslie
    on Jan 10, 2017

    How are you attaching the earrings to this box?? (The earrings that need the little earring backs on them)

Join the conversation

2 of 49 comments
Your comment...