|Project by MikeSpanky||posted 12-19-2014 04:10 AM||1149 views||2 times favorited||2 comments|
This is an idea I came up with for my wife Gaylyn for Christmas. It’s made entirely of maple. Finish is Danish oil and poly satin. Picture 2 (right lower quarter) is a triple bracelet holder which folds out and locks in by a ball latch. Picture 3 (the left lower quarter) is designed to hide away necklaces. The mitred frame shuts closed, held by a ball latch as well. Once closed there are rods for earrings. Picture 4 (the upper 2 quarters) are simple necklace racks. The overall size is 24 inches wide by 33 tall by 4 1/2 inches in depth.
The wife knew I had something going in the shop for her but had no idea what. Gave it yesterday and she really loves it. This design is perfect for anyone who has a variety of jewelry and find they are limited on counter space, which is the case with my wife.
I added picture 5 after Christmas. After hanging the Jewelry Shelf my wife has begun to place items in it.
-- There's no crying in woodworking. Just measure and cut again.