Anne/ February 19, 2017/ DIY/ 2 comments


Last week I explained how I turned part of a wire mesh sheet into a vision board.  The mesh sheet I bought was 7 feet long, and I only used 4 feet to make the vision board. This left me with 3 feet of wire mesh. At first, I had no clue what to do with the remaining wire mesh. So, I turned to Google for answers. I searched “wire mesh DIY” on google images and saw a picture of a wire mesh jewelry holder. The wire mesh used in the picture had much smaller openings and could only be used as an earring holder. However, I figured the wider openings on my wire mesh sheet- about 6 inches- would allow me to put my necklaces and bracelets as well.

Since not all of my necklaces and bracelets can be opened, I decided to cut the border of the wire mesh sheet on all sides using the same bolt cutters as last week. This way, I can slip my necklaces and bracelets onto the sides. Since I left the vision board as a grid, I like how this is looks a little different.

I put all of my necklaces and bracelets on the holder. I also put earrings that could hook onto the wire. The two small bowls on the table contain my other smaller earrings and rings.

Here is the final product! (Please excuse the mess, I haven’t had time to organize my jewelry yet!)

Let me know what you guys think!

Plein de bisous,

A Bonnie Bon

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  1. Lovely! What a creative idea 🙂

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