This jewelry tree makes necklaces ART #Decor & Decorating#bedrooms#jewelry#wall decals March 23 | Cat Rocketship Aryll of the sweet Nerf gun displays ALSO posted her elegant jewelry storage solution to the Offbeat Home Flickr group. It took me a bit to understand how this all worked. You too? It's shiny silver tacks + long necklaces + a tree limb vinyl decal + ROCKING wall color = fantastique!. Dig it. Plus, you know, no tangled necklaces and no forgetting about necklaces at the bottom of a jewelry box. I found a bunch of vinyl decals on Amazon, if you're looking to start shopping. Join our community! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Cat Rocketship I was the Managing Editor of Offbeat Home for a year and a half. I have a rich Internet life and also a pretty good real life. Hobbies include D&D, Twitter, and working on making our household more self-reliant. I also draw things. PREVIOUS Should we wait to travel until our kid is old enough to remember it? NEXT The day my partner adopted our daughter Show/Hide comments [ 22 ] O.O Holy crap, Aryll. I LOVE this idea. Like, seriously, looooove. It's gorgeous, it's cheap, and it's completely unique and personalize-able (I just made that word up. But it's true.) And now I'm thinking you could cut leaf-shapes out of a dark foam, back them with cardboard and a reusable sticky tape (or a tack) and stick your stud earrings in them. Dude. *Surveys walls appraisingly* 4 agree Reply I love the idea for hanging earrings, another would be to cut that mesh you do cross stitch on into flowers and secure it on the ends of the branches and then use them for hanging earrings 3 agree Reply Ooo…I love the foam leaf idea! That would add such great dimension! I have a crazy weave placemat from Pier 1 that I'd like to hang my earrings on…but the leaves would be fantastic for my studs 1 agrees Reply Love this idea. It's way better than the actual Manzanita branches in a jar that I'm currently using, which is so messy! Now you've got me thinking of things I can paint on the wall instead to do this. Reply Inspiring people is my favorite. Go for it! 🙂 Reply That's awesome. I collect unique jewelry and I love the idea of displaying them like this. I like the comment about painting something on the wall instead of buying the vinyl cutouts. Oh, I think I know what my next art project is. 😀 Thanks Aryll!! Reply You can also just buy sticky-backed vinyl and cut your own. A friend works at a sign shop and he often cuts his own decals. Reply Totally! You can get contact paper in some awesome colors and designs, and it's fairly paint-safe. 1 agrees Reply they make wood grained contact paper 1 agrees Reply I have a variation on this idea using an old photo frame. It should be a wooden frame. Remove the glass and use small tacks/finishing nails along the bottom and sides to hang necklaces or funky earrings. I also used a mesh fabric across the open section to hang dangle earrings. Layer the fabric a few times and use bias/hem tape to keep the ends nice. Glue or tack to the back of the frame. Reply This is a great alternative — I'm renting, so can't start doing drastic things to my bedroom walls. I'm now going to make it my mission to find a lovely old frame to do this with. 🙂 Reply First of all. That necklace collection makes me swoon. Second of all… possibilities? Limitless! Arms, giraffe neck, raincloud… 1 agrees Reply Thats what I love about the Offbeat sites….the smallest spark of creativity gets everyone else rolling. Its followers arent afraid to dream big and explore the possibilities… Oh and Thanks! I absolutely adore my collection! 🙂 1 agrees Reply Ooohh!! She did what I did with my necklaces in my bathroom… but added a tree branch to it! Reply I just bookmarked this page. I've been needing a new necklace storage solution. I'd been thinking it for a while, but it was brought home to me when all my jewelry ended up in a tangled mess after the big earthquake. (Totally not important compared to what many others in Japan are going through, and we were very lucky that that was the worst. I definitely realize that.) Reply Yessss! Oh my god you have no clue how long I've been looking for the perfect way to organize and display my jewelry! I mean, I could get a jewelry stand, sure, but they're never big or tall enough (I have a LOT of necklaces and many of them are way too long). This, though… this is perfect. Oh, I'm so happy <3 1 agrees Reply Wait, the girl who did this is the same one who did the Nerf storage solution? I didn't even catch that in my first read through, but, wow, a girl after my own heart! <3 I bet her home is absolutely amazing. Reply oh that's clever and adorable!!! Reply I'm in love with this idea! I've been looking for a way to reorganize my constantly expanding necklace collection.(I just bought some decals off of amazon!) Where did you find your silver tacks? 2 agree Reply Daughter has Insane amount of necklaces & jewelry. Fantastic idea. I'm new to Pinning & was thrilled to run across this idea. Reply I am damm sure girls will like your collection of jewelry products. They are looking lovely I will make sure to calculate them for my new products once I'm updating with my current store. So that I can earn more business with the help of these jewelry. 1 agrees Reply This is a great idea to organize you accessories and keep them handy. I was seaching for articles to buy accessory organizer where i came across your post. Very creative! Keep posting similar stuff. Many thanks once again 🙂 Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Participate in this conversation via emailGet only replies to your comment, the best of the rest, as well as a daily recap of all comments on this post. No more than a few emails daily, which you can reply to/unsubscribe from directly from your inbox. No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.