I have a lot of jewelry that I used to hang on a cork board with push pins, but when I was decorating the hubs office, I decided to put the cork board in there, thus leaving my jewelry to sit in an orange bucket until I found another place for it.
I knew I wanted to hang my jewelry again (it's so much easier to see and pick from when it's displayed right in front of you) but I wasn't sure how I was going to do it...until I got my issue of Better Homes & Gardens and was totally inspired!
I made my own framed jewelry holder by painting an old, decorative frame with Krylon Bahama Sea spray paint. Then I picked up a sheet of clover leaf radiator grill from the Home Depot (you can find the link to different grill styles HERE). After cutting it out with my tin snips, I used push points (you can find in the framing section of the craft store) to hold the grill in place, and here is the result! I love it!