Wednesday, May 29, 2013

DIY Product Holder

I am very OCD when it comes to my things being all over the place. I was on Pinterest like always and came across a couple of jewelry tier holders, but I decided to make one to store my skin care products and a couple of my everyday jewelry in a tiny bowl. I will be posting some photos down below and steps on how to do this. It is very simple and can find all these items anywhere even a goodwill.

YOU NEED:
♥ Hot glue gun
♥ Glue sticks for the hot glue gun
♥ Lazy susan (optional)
♥ 2 to 3 plates of your choice
♥ Candle holder to use as a spacers
♥ Spray paint

STEPS:
♥ Spray paint plates or spacers if you would like them a different color. I only painted the spacers, the plates      I was able to find at Target for a little over a $1.
♥ Glue the lazy susan at the bottom of the largest plate, and I also suggest to glue a small piece of wood at the bottom to make it rotate more easily.
♥ Glue the spacers and keep adding as many plates as you would like, I suggest using the two largest and a small at the top, but I didn't want mine too long.
♥ That's all guys! Enjoy your holder for whatever you would like.




10 comments:

  1. Looks grogeous! WHat a clever idea! Fancy following each other via google friend connect?? Got a giveaway going on too if you want to enter! www.framecake.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, I will definitely check out your giveaway :)

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  2. awesome idea! thanks for stopping by my blog :)

    just followed you on GFC ;)

    hashtagphoebe.blogspot.com
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  3. I love a bit of DIY. What a great idea!

    Ria x
    naturiabeauty.com

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    1. Why thank you. I was getting tired of the clutter so had to come up with something :)

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  4. WOW!!!
    This is awesome!!!


    Camille | http://secretsofcamille.blogspot.com/

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  5. This is such a great DIY tiered holder. I've been so into different storage methods lately so thanks for sharing!
    Also, thank you for visiting my blog :)

    Louise
    Vanity Corner

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    1. You're welcome, thank you for stopping by :)

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