Twig and berries (without the berries).

Austin had a magnificent storm last night. We hunkered down (very close to the closet, just in case) and watched the news as the windows lit up outside. On today’s walk AJ and I spied a fallen tree. Gadora went back later for parts…

Twigs- Before
Twigs- Before

My BFF saw Gadora’s post on the jewelry displays. And thought she needed one.

painting twigs...
painting twigs...

Rummaging through the garage, I found some eye hooks that would suffice as a wall hook for the final display and carefully twisted them into place…

Twigs - wall hook
Twigs - wall hook

StripeFully assembled, the project took less than 30 minutes (not including the leisurely stroll through the neighborhood). Snipped, painted (thanks to the Texas sun, they dried in minutes!), hooks added and twisted copper wire…

Twigs - full frontal
Twigs - full frontal

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There are many spots to hang her necklaces. Leaving tiny twiggy parts allows for maximum usage…

Twigs - closeup
Twigs - closeup

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And allowing the limbs to hang off of the wall provides many spots to dangle one’s jewels. It was a 30-minute three-dimensional project I think she’ll love.

Twigs - voila!
Twigs - voila!
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7 thoughts on “Twig and berries (without the berries).

  1. Curly willow makes a very different kind of shape for the same purpose. More like twisting vines. Thanks for showing this approach to supporting twig-based racks!

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