Today we have a super simple DIY project for a chic and modern jewelry holder. I'm a sucker for dark wood & brass so for me this is the best of both worlds. It can be hung as a single piece to display your favorite baubles or you can make multiple and scatter them to show off all your jewelry in one place. Here's what you'll need:
1. 12' brass dowel
2. Cheap paintbrush
3. 1" x 1" flush mounts
4. 2" x 2" x 3" block
5. Medium grit sandpaper
6. Gorilla super glue
7. Wood stain (the color we used is Minwax's red mahogany 225)
8. Lint free rag
Begin by lightly sanding your block to remove any rough edges. Wipe clean with a lint free cloth.
Stain the block with 3-4 coats of stain (depending on your desired color) allowing the block to dry for 10 minutes between coats.
Attach the brass dowel with the gorilla glue. Allow to dry for 20 minutes.
Attach one half of the flush mount to the back of the block using a screwdriver and level, if needed.
Attach the other half of the flush mount to the wall like this: