Tuesday, March 25, 2014

doing lots of painting . . . What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday, #251

Hello, WOYWWers!  Did you miss me?  I've been doing a lot of painting . . .
but it's been on walls and ceilings, not canvases!  Two bathrooms = finished.
And the living room ceiling.

But no one wants to see that, bleah.  Here is a jewelry holder I finished last
night, though--it's hanging in my bathroom--an altered frame, fitted with
window screen to slide earring hooks through, and cup hooks to hang
necklaces on:
It's been so ling since I've made the rounds, I look forward to "seeing" you this week.
Happy What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday, everyone, and thank you, Julia!


Brenda Brown said...

What a great make Trisha, I love that you have altered a frame to hold all those earrings inside xx

Helen said...

oh, very clever! You see some very talented people on your WOYWW travels. Helen 11

Donna Wheat said...

great idea for a jewellery holder. Thanks for sharing, Donna #35

Sandy said...

Oh your jewellery holder is wonderful how clever is that ..
Sandy #25

Krisha said...

WELL DONE Trisha! Love the idea of the jewelry holder, but I'd have to give away 75% of mine so it would fit in one frame.....LOL
Krisha #12

Cathy L. Calamas said...

Great idea, like the cupholder hooks for necklaces especially. We just finished a painting marathon at our house as well. Like to paint but glad it's over for awhile. :)
Cathy #73

Shoshi said...

LOVE your jewellery organiser, Trisha! I need something like this as everything is in a drawer, and every now and again I have to go in there and untangle everything... The trouble is, I haven't got a wall near my dressing table to put it on!

Thanks for your two lovely comments - yes, the melting is great fun. Lots more experimenting to do, including making some beads. Meantime I need a good cheap (or better yet, free) source of Tyvek!

Happy WOYWW,
Shoshi #48

Caro said...

Gorgeous jewellery holder...so effective and clever! Thanks for popping by and commenting. Thanks for sharing. Happy WOYWW. Caro x (#55)

Chrysalis said...

Hi Trisha - I love the jewelry holder - a great idea. Thanks for visiting me for WOYWW today, and for your kind words. I'll be popping back to look at your previous posts - great blog! x

fairy thoughts said...

Hi trisha
Wow that's a different idea for storing your favourite jewellery.
Thanks for sharing
Janet @29

Daniella said...

Good Grief to you Trisha! I saw your dashboard! How many design teams are you on? And you still have time to craft!? That is amazing! I love your jewelry holder, you are a genius!
xxDaniella#2 (#2? Should I be proudto be #2?)

Julia Dunnit said...

Aw Trisha, good to see you and well done on the decorating, it's something that I really should pay some attention to as well. Sigh.
Love the jewellery frame, what a great idea. Doesn't it look pretty.

Nan G said...

Cool way to display your jewelry.

Nikki said...

Such a pretty display rack for your ear rings and necklaces :) Have fun with all the painting
hugs Nikki 5

MommaRock said...

Happy WOYWW... Love your desk full of craftyness. Have fun with all that painting! See you next week.
Kimmer #91... last , but not least AGAIN.. LOL

Eliza said...

So clever, I love it and it is an upcycle item too. Thanks for visiting me and leaving a comment, sorry I am just getting back to you now, work got in the way again.

Hugs Eliza & Yoda 19

my cup of tea said...

Very cute and a great idea!
I have been painting bathrooms too! Ugh.

Tertia said...

That jewellery holder is such an awesome idea, love it!
Happy WOYWW.
Tertia #67

Dianne said...

Hello Miss Trisha,your jewelry hanger is divine, brilliant idea, your full of them, and I missed you batches :), you've been a busy girl, all that painting, bet ya it looks fabulous, hope you get some time to craft now, have a wonderful weekend OMG, I have been flying around today commenting, not leaving my NO, yikes, that's what I get for being a day late, had a wee headache yesterday so no snooping for me, any who,,,, Dianne #65

Unknown said...

What a clever idea and useful. It makes for a nice display. Diane #88

Kelly said...

pretty and functional. Yay on getting the 'needed' painting done. Creative Blessings! Kelly #76