How To Make An Inexpensive Jewelry Tree

How-To: Make a Jewelry Tree

I design metal trees to display other jewelry lovers jewelry.  I love running across how other people make their jewelry trees. Check out this simple and inexpensive jewelry tree how-to found on Craftzine.

From Craftzine:

This weekend I went crazy searching for a particular pair of earrings. My jewelry was a tangled mess and I was beyond frustrated trying to get ready in a hurry and not finding what I wanted. I decided then to take time out to craft a solution. This is a simple project that is cute, effective, and easy to create.

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Here are some jewelry displays I found while looking around Etsy.


SAPPLING - jewelry display - leafy green Jewelry Tree Display JTD-1 Colorado Conifer - Jewelry Tree - Colorado Trees Series large wood jewelry display rack


  • http://www.inexpensivejewelryphotography.com Jim Juris

    I made my own jewelry tree, thanks to your article, out of brass wire. I posted two photograps of my jewelry tree in use on the home page of my InexpensiveJewelryPhotography.com website home page. I used my jewelry tree to hang a pair of earrings and a matching pendant in one of the photographs, and in the other photograph I used the jewelry tree to hang a long necklace.

    What a difference using the jewelry tree makes for both photographs, unbelievable, especially for the necklace.

    I tried using my jewelry tree for a necklace with a pendant but my jewelry tree isn’t strong enough to support the necklace with the pendant.

  • http://www.meylah.com Courtney

    I’m obsessed with jewelry trees. I received two for Xmas this year and they have been so great for me (not only for storing my personal jewelry, but also for displaying and photographing the jewelry that I make.) Glad to see someone else enjoys them as much as I do!

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  • http://www.birffjdsddggdd.net Anastacia Correla

    Wow! Thank you! I constantly needed to write on my site something like that. Can I include a portion of your post to my website?

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