Beginner | 8 min
If your jewelry collection is in need of some organization, this class will help set you straight. Courtney Cerruti shares a quick and easy idea for a jewelry hanger that utilizes decoupage and a little bit of hardware. Courtney shows you how to properly apply Mod Podge to adhere pretty paper to a wooden placard, and how to paint the beveled edges with a foam brush. After that, install some simple hanging hardware and you’ll be ready to display your necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings.
Learn how to:
- Adhere paper to wood with Mod Podge
- Paint beveled edges
- Attach a hanging bracket
- Attach hanging hooks
- Step-by-step expert instruction from Courtney Cerruti on DIY room decor
- A quick video lesson you can access online anytime, anywhere
- Detailed supplies list and downloadable PDF included
- The ability to leave comments, ask questions, and interact with other students
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Wooden plaque with beveled edge
- Text-weight decorative paper (scrapbooking paper works great)
- Acrylic craft paint (Courtney uses FolkArt paint in Licorice and Steel Gray)
- Sawtooth bracket (for hanging)
- 3 small screw-in hooks
- Dish for paint
- Two 1” foam brushes
- Mod Podge with matte finish
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