styroFoam It Like It's Hot :)

I had some free time yesterday and i discovered this tiny piece of styrofoam laying somewhere behind my paint buckets.And i thought i can make something out of it. So here's the break-down:

1 piece of Styrofoam:



1 piece of leftover fabric:



some cute bobby pins:



fold and wrap the best you can:





add some gift ribbon you have around:



and then, voila!!



you wonder what this is.. let me clear it for you



you see now??? it's a jewelry display :)
I thought it would be easier to see my jewelry when in a hurry. so what do you guys think.. easy-peasy right???


20 comments:

B.o.B. said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
Mary K Brennan said...

Neat idea. I could never come up with something like that. I love the girly look.
Thanks for stopping by today.

Lauren said...

A-Mazing!!!

Hey... (Hey is for horse, I know... I still say it for some reason) Well, I want to make a valance of some sort over my vertical blinds / sliding glass door...

Do you think you make be able to help me design it chic & cheap (& easy)?

~Found you through SITS~

& I am glad I did!

Kim said...

VERY CUTE Idea! I may have to borrow it. My jewerly is on a cute tray but it is a tangles mess.

Stop on over to 'Pair' Slices I've missed you and we have a new look. let me know what you think.

Kim

Design it Chic said...

Hi Lauren!

I would be glad to help you.. the only thing that i would need is a picture of the exact doors you want to dress. It would help knowing the exact height of the sliding doors, then the width of the space between the top of the doors and the ceiling..cause that differs in many cases.. and some other small tit bits like these :)
Also it would be helpful to let me know the length of your blinds and what kind of system do they have. But a picture would help me see that for sure
So I'm looking forward to your email:)


Happy Wednesday!

Jenny said...

What an AWESOME idea!!! Love it!

Tricia McWhorter said...

Well that turned out pretty nifty! Very clever.

Evy said...

I think it's FABULOUS! It's amazing what you can do with random pieces around the house - I'm totally borrowing the idea!

Amy said...

I could use this in my little ones room as decor. Why to go...

TheSingleGirl said...

Thanks for visiting my blog!!

What an awesome idea! I wish I came up with stuff like this...I might actually borrow the idea and use this to hang up snapshots in my baby's room, MUCH prettier than a bulletin board!!

:D
-Michelle
DomesticationOfTheSingleGirl.blogspot.com

jennie.newland said...

Dropping buy from the SITS site. I would have found the peice of stryrofoam and thought "off to the trash with you" and never thought anything about it! That is the coolest thing I have ever seen! Also, are you reading the Twilight series, or have you already read them? I LOVE that series, and thought that might be something we have in common! Hope to talk to you soon!

Alicia said...

wow look at you!! i could totally make one for my baby girls hair bows! fabulous idea!!

Noah's Mommy said...

what a very cool idera...Love the fabric you had too...thanks for coming by....Happy SITS day to you

Julie, Little One-of-a-Kind Design said...

super cute idea! very smart!

Lisa Anne said...

Wow that's great. I can only wish I was that creative to just see something around then house and turn it in to something great.

I need you to visit my blog and help me with ideas on my backyard.

I'm seriously decorating challenged.

I want to make something now. I need more great ideas. I'm going back to your blog.

Jane In The Jungle said...

LOVE this and I have mega jewelry so I need at least 2!! I've asked hubby to make me a wooden jewelry hanger......months ago......I can do this myself!!

Deb said...

Great idea! Looks like something even I could handle (and might get me to wear earrings once in a while).

Yaya said...

Wow good job!

Lizz said...

Well aren't you just nifty? Great idea.

I need something similar, but for hair pretties for my toddler. Hmmmmm....now you have my brain spinning.

Katie said...

So creative! And adorable. I should do this too!