Little Stand for Bracelets, Hairlooms and Watches




Introduction: Little Stand for Bracelets, Hairlooms and Watches

The main items are an old cd and an empty tube from effervescent vitamins. Other things that you need are:

- glue gun or any other glue

- old batteries

- colored napkins

- white base coat paint

- one small piece of cardboard

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Step 1: Preparing

First paint the tube and the cd whit the white base and then use decoupage technique for applying the model of the napkin that you like.

Step 2: Glue the Cd and the Vitamins Tube

After the 2 pieces are well dried, you can stick the plastic tube onto cd. Then fill the tube to 2/3 of it or less with some old batteries (or any other thing that is heavy: sand, pebbles, etc.) to ensure that the loom-stand is stable.

Step 3: Covering the Filled Space

Cut a small circle from a cardboard (or even plastic sheet) that fits to the hole from the tube, and a little bit of glue on one side and push it through the tube until it touches the batteries. The cardboard cap will stick to the filling.

Step 4: Varnishing (optional)

At the end, if you want you can use some varnish to make it more shiny :D

Otherwise, you can use your new bracelete-loom-stand. On the top of it you can put tweezers, small hair clips or any other think that fits.

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    3 years ago

    Nice and easy :)


    Reply 3 years ago

    it is the container from effervescent tablets (vitamins). but you can also use the cardboard tube from aluminium or plastic foil if it is not too large


    3 years ago

    Not sure what you mean by vitamins tune