Asked on Apr 29, 2017

What's a thrifty way of housing all your bracelets?

Barb GreenfederKatherine AnneDae1836752


6 answers
  • FL
    on Apr 29, 2017

    I have 6 thick bangle bracelets which I keep in a pretty bowl on my dresser top. I toss my watch in as well. I can see them all at once and it keeps them neat and tidy in one place. The bowl is about 8in across so they do not have to be stacked.
  • Sharon Susa Courchesne
    on Apr 30, 2017

    Empty narrow bottles or vases or candle holders. Coloured bottles might look pretty too!
  • Sam
    on Apr 30, 2017

    i made a pc of artwork out of wire hangers to sit on my dresser... sprayed it a brushed bronze color to go with some other accents... holds tons of items. fun to make and people think it is something really old that people used to use for their jewelry! i've had to make some for gifts since then but they are all unique, no two alike... but everyone loves them!
  • Dae1836752
    on May 1, 2017

    I saw where someone had used two counter-top paper towel holders painted gold, and they moved the bracelets from one holder to another to get to the bracelet they wanted. Depending on the design, you might be able to just use one.
  • Katherine Anne
    on May 2, 2017

    Find a toilet paper roll holder that is the kind that stands up on your counter without having to use any screws or nails or attach it to a Dover. Stand alone type. I prefer to get the ones that are would because I like to paint it and sand it slightly, to distress it. You can do a painting technique on it or you can use it as it is and it is ready to receive all of your bracelets. And it actually looks very pretty sitting on top of your dresser.
  • Barb Greenfeder
    on May 24, 2017

    The easiest & least expensive way I can think of is to simply bend a wire clothes hanger into an anchor or "U" shape. You can paint it or even wrap it in ribbon to pretty it up. Use a 3M removable hook to hang it near your other jewelry or just hang it back in your closet.
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