This whimsical cone jewelry display is a wonderful way for you to store your jewelry!
Hi guys! It’s Ashlee from My So Called Crafty Life.
Today I am going to show you how to make a cute inexpensive cone jewelry display for your favorite rings and bangles!
This is a perfect little catch all for the bedside table or your vanity. It’s super fun to make and easy to whip up!
Here’s What You Need:
- Small Paper Mache Cone
- Wrapping Paper, Scrapbook Paper, etc.
- Small Wooden Circle ( I bought these whitewashed ones at Michaels)
- Hot Glue Gun and Glue
- Decoupage Medium or Rubber Cement
- Ribbon, Twine, Etc (optional)
First Cut a length of paper that will go around your cone plus a bit extra.
Now brush some rubber cement or decoupage medium onto your cone.
Lay the cone onto the wrong side of the paper angling it so that the tip is at the top edge.
Wrap the paper onto the cone tightly.
When you get all the way around fold the excess back forming a line that will be straight down the cone and overlapping the starting end.
Cut off the excess at this fold.
Glue down the end of the paper. You will now have a covered cone with excess paper around the bottom.
Fold the excess paper that is around the bottom of the cone into the cone creasing it firmly at the bottom edge of the cone.
Now you will have a beautiful paper covered cone.
Grab your wooden disks and with your hot glue, run a bead of hot glue around the bottom ring of the cone and glue the cone down onto the wooden circle.
You can leave the holder like it is or embellish the bottom with some ribbon or twine.
I love how my little jewelry cone turned out! I love how easy it is to customize to your taste or style just by the papers and colors you use.
My birds paper was actually a paper table runner from JoAnns, and the red and silver was from a Martha Stewart foil wrapping paper remnant I have been hoarding in my stash for years.
This diy is so easy and fast to create! You can easily make it a weeknight craft to do with your kids or your favorite gals. I hope you’ll give it a try sometime!
I’ll be back soon with more diy fun!