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Letterpress Drawer Jewelry Frame by Marenne Letterpress Drawer Jewelry Frame by Marenne
I bought an old letterpress drawer at a flea market and decided to turn it into a jewelry frame. First I removed many partitions to make the compartments more jewelry-sized. I then painted the drawer 3 times. Lastly, I added eye-screws where I wanted earrings to go and hooks for all the other jewelry. Rings can be put in the small compartments. I made it so that the screws attaching the drawer to the wall are hidden.

Now, I need more jewelry! ;)

Visit my Etsy shop or my blog to see more of my work.
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Isabella-flower Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2013
wow! :O (Y)
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Marenne Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
:)
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piethein21 Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
nice :D
m'n moeder zou dit helemaal geweldig vinden (ze vindt letterbakken cool xD)
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Marenne Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Hihi!
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alapip Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Marenne, you are so creative and have an
eye for style.  have you ever considered
going into interior design?

i might suggest showing that top photo
to a high end furnishings retailer. you
have a very marketable talent, i think.

;) pip
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Marenne Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Nope I haven't... I actually consider my style a bit too wonky :P
I thought about product design for a brief moment though.
Right now, I'm just really not into all the pretense that goes on in art school. Or maybe it's just that I still think I'm going to feel pressured to fit in again; be ultra eccentric or something like that :P
Maybe I'm just not ready. I might do IT. Or... work and save up until I'm ready...
[I just don't know...]
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alapip Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
i was thinking retail display design.
maybe, rather than going back to school
you could see if some classy company
would consider a position for you as an
intern/assistant to an experienced
designer who is nearing retirement.

your forte is 'artistic imagination', Marenne.
you could hone it by applying it, under the
tutelage of an experienced 'master'.

or contact some interior design firms for
a job on a decorating team where you
could learn through application.

these are just ideas that wouldn't be too
time consuming to attempt.  the odds
would be against you, but who knows?

learning, creating and also getting paid...

;) pip
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