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When my necklace collection started getting out of control, I took matters into my own hands and made a wall organizer out of little more than a ruler and many clear thumbtacks. It works, but it doesn’t come close to being as beautiful as this Wish Tree Jewelry Holder. The branches can hold dangling earrings and necklaces, while the small cup at the bottom can catch more dainty pieces. I even think that it would look pretty great with some bow ties and cuff links hanging around.

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  3. Wyatt says:

    I've actually made one that is similar to this one. Picked up some fallen branches in Central Park, spray painted them in silver and stuck it in a candle holder. It held my necklaces and random jewelries pretty well, so much so i made another one, only to use it to hold clothing tags (i have this quirk of collecting the tags from clothes) to make this weird, kooky little decor.
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