Before and After - Frame to Jewelry Caddy/Organizer

As you may have guessed I like jewelry. But I don't like wearing some of my jewelry in the shower, pearls and handmade jewelry especially. So I created this little jewelry caddy!

I found this neat little/perfect size frame at the thrift store. Took the picture out and spray painted the frame in my fave color. Next I picked out a fabric that I love, did an accordion like fold to create pockets, then pressed. Sandwiched the fabric between the frame and the original picture. Trimmed the excess fabric on the back side but leaving enough on the sides to pull the pockets out a bit. Then covered the back with the frame backing. That was it! You could probably tape or glue your fabric too for more support, but this one is pretty tight so I didn't. Isn't it great?!


Now let me explain something. I have one of those tiny 3/4 bath rooms. You know, corner shower, pedestal sink and not a cupboard in site. Space is very limited! Every time I wear my jewelry I forget to take it off before I go to take a shower and well, I'm left searching for somewhere to put it. Can't put it on the sink cause it might go down the drain, can't put it on the toilet cause gross! And forget about putting it on the floor cause that's just what would happen, I'd forget about it. This seemed like the perfect thing for my tiny space. It fits perfectly on the wall between my shower and my mirror.

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53 comments

  1. I like it! We have a tiny bathroom with no cupboard in sight also.

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  2. very pretty. Love that you used an edgy color and fun fabric. Ingenious.
    Pamela

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  3. So cute! great job on a small space project! I love the colours!

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  4. I don't have a tiny bathroom, but I love this idea. How creative!!

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  5. absolutely delightful! so sweet, clever and full of charm! I have become a follower and would be honored if you choose to do the same! until later...

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  6. What an adorable idea! Be blessed. Cindy

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  7. Great idea!
    Stopping by from NTT.
    *hugs*deb

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  8. stopping by from ntt- i LOVE the bright pattern you chose! this is such a happy jewelry holder, but would also make a grea mail sorter. very cute!

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  9. This is so cute! I love green!!

    I am hosting a blog party called "Saturday is Crafty Day" this Saturday and I'd love it if you linked up!

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  10. Oh my gosh! How adorable! Might have to do something like that for my little tween daughter!

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  11. I love the colors! What a fun idea. It would also be a cute way to display black and white photos.

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  12. What a beautiful idea! I love how it turned out.

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  13. This is great! I have no place to put my jewelry, so it all ends up on the counter. This would be a great solution.

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  14. How wonderful! I may have to start using this idea for birthday gifts.

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  15. Genius! I need to make one of those, STAT!

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  16. Love the colors and that is so clever! Saw you on Market yourself Monday.

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  17. What a fantastic idea! Very unique!

    Jill

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  18. OH this gets my wheels turning! Good thinking!!! Thanks for joining Anything Related!
    ~Bridgette

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  19. Great idea. Love the colors, too. Don't miss my giveaway!

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  20. That is such a fun idea and I love the colors!

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  21. I'm bookmaking this in my "Things I Want to Make" file!

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  22. Cool idea and I luv that awesome fabric! Thanks for coming to NIFTY THRIFTY TUESDAYS...I hope you had a great time:)

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  23. Oh my gosh!! That is beautiful! I love the color and that fabric is perfect!

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  24. What a neat idea! Beautiful color and fabric. I can relate to your tiny bathroom situation.

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  25. What a great idea! I love that you made little slits to put things in. You're super creative!

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  26. I love this! I'll be featuring it on my blog on Saturday! Thanks for linking up!

    http://sumossweetstuff.blogspot.com

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  27. Another fantastic idea - I really love the colors! Thanks for linking this up too.

    Chelsea

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  28. Great idea - that would be so cute in my daughter's room. Thanks for the idea. (and I love your playlist.)

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  29. Brilliant! What a great idea. I, too, have one teeny tiny half bath and storage for anything is limited. This is a great solution.

    So glad to have you at Woo Hoo! Wednesday!

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  30. Love this and am working on a post right now that links to you! Check later to read it! Hope you are having a fab day! I am your newest follower!!!

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  31. I love these little pockets and the color is so fresh and fun. Thanks so much for linking up to my Under $100 party!

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  32. What a fun way to keep you things orginized! I love the fabic! :)

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  33. Just wanted to let you know that I featured this.

    http://thespeckleddog.blogspot.com/2010/04/weekly-faves_30.html

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  34. How creative! I love the color, the fabric, and the way you folded the fabric! This is much cuter than the screen jewelry holders that I've made!

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  35. This is SO COOL. I am featuring it next week on Favorite Things Friday. Stop by my blog if you would like a featured button!

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  36. It is beautiful! Fits such a practical need too! I still use the ring holder my wedding ring came in when I'm the shower! Glad to find your blog!

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  37. Oh my - this is so simple, yet so entirely clever!

    Stopping by from Blue Cricket Design. Congrats on the feature!

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  38. This is an awesome idea! I love it! I think I need to make a "manly" one so my husband can keep up with his watch!

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  39. That is so great, I love it, and just may have to try one myself. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  40. Very cool! I love the fabric and the color you used! I never shower with my jewelry on either!

    Thanks for sharing at My Backyard Eden!

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  41. Very neat!

    Thanks for joining Get Your Craft on Thursday. Please join me next week for another great party!

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  42. I think we have the same favorite color! I love the oval frame. Those are hard to find it seems. What a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  43. Wow...how cute, how creative, how simple! I linked to your post at my blog, losbows.blogspot.com -- I made my version of one of these today -- it was super quick and is super cute. I plan to make a bigger one -- my frame was 5x7 and I have a LOT of jewelry ;o). Keep the ideas comin'!

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  44. Such a great idea! Even for those of us with more space- I tend to forget to take some of my jewelery off and it would be so handy to have it right by the shower. They'd make cute gifts as well!

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  45. I just love this! Simple. Neat. Tidy. Cute! :)

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  46. This is genius! Love the fabric and colors..super cute! Really great idea! Thanks again for stopping by and joining the Sunday Showcase Party! I greatly appreciate it! Hope you have a wonderful week! ~ Stephanie Lynn

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  47. This is darling. I love the concept of it and I love the colors you used. Thanks for sharing at 'Look at me, I'm SO Crafty!' at Fun to Craft.

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  48. I've always remember this frame and have been trying to find one. I finally found one last week and I can't wait to do something with it. I'd love to paint it the same shade of green that you did, I've been thinking I'd like to paint it black and use it for Halloween. Good thing about paint though, I can always change it later!

    ~ The Speckled Dog

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  49. What a totally unique idea. So cute and colorful~

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