If you’re looking for a DIY Mother’s Day gift idea that is inexpensive, easy to make, yet is super useful, then this chicken wire jewelry holder should fit the bill! If you’re really looking to make mom smile, clip the free printable Mother’s Day card that I designed to the jewelry holder, along with a handwritten note. Looking to add a little more to the gift? Add a pair of handmade earrings or two!
I was going to make this for my mom, but it looked so good in my bedroom with my new bedding, that I ended up keeping it for myself! But don’t worry, I’ll make mom one too because I know she’ll love having a place to keep all of her favorite dangle earrings, especially since it acts as a fun display too.
Wouldn’t this also work great as an Instagram photo display? Simply print out square photos and clip them to the chicken wire with mini clothespins.
Ready to make one for YOUR mom… or even as a gift for yourself? Let’s get started!
Jewelry Holder DIY Mother’s Day Gift Supplies:
- Darice 12 x 12 inch Chicken Wire Shadowbox
- Acrylic Paint
- Darice Mini Wood Clothespins
- Darice Foam Paint Brush
- Printable Mother’s Day Card Personal use only. Do not alter.
Download the printable Mother’s Day card and open in Adobe Reader. Print the card onto cardstock. Cut out. Attach the card to the jewelry holder with a mini clothespin.
And THAT is all there is to this simple, yet useful, DIY Mother’s Day gift. Of course, this is a great gift to give any jewelry loving woman, all year round! If you have about 20 minutes, go grab the supplies and get painting. You won’t be disappointed!
If you’re looking for a bit more of a funny Mother’s Day Card, then check out my funny printable cards. They were a hit with my mom!
For another thoughtful DIY Mother’s Day gift idea, check out this farmhouse DIY vase that she is sure to love!
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Kim Conner, blogger at Inspiration Made Simple, is a graphic designer,
crafter, and full-time, outside the home, working mom of three. Inspiration Made Simple is filled with fun craft ideas, tons of free printables,
party ideas, and other inspiration. When Kim is not creating, you can
usually find her reading or playing with her children.