This fun easy to make jewelery holder if so useful and costs basically nothing?

Step 1: Crack It!

Drain the coconut water into a cup.
Using the edge of a heavy knife or kitchen utensel tap along the 'equater' line 3-6 times until the coconut cracks.

Step 2: Take the Flesh Out

Using a knife or a sharp kitchen utensil get the flesh out of the cracked coconut shell. If you would like, peel off the furry skin of the coconut so that you have a smooth shell and maybe use some sand paper in it!

Step 3: Rinse It!

Rinse and scrub the shell of the coconut to get the flesh that has stuck on it. So that it is good looking and kind of has a tropical look to it. Dry it off and done!

Step 4: Finished??

Ever having to go out and buy an expensive jewelery holder? Well now you don't have to!?
<p>That is a great way to use the shell when you are done eating the coconut.</p>
<p>Thanks, </p><p>Have you made it yet?</p>
I am currently working on a different kind of jewelry holder for my wife, but I will definitely try it at some point in the future.
<p>Great</p><p>There are lots of jewellery holders on this web, I hope you become successful, What have you made?</p>
<p>I am work with a sheet of brass with decorative hole patterns punched in it. This is for earrings where you can just fit the hooks through the holes in the metal.</p>
<p>Awesome idea! For my earrings I have made a little clay jewellery bowl. Multi coloured looks best and it's so handy. </p>

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