Alter the MDF mini triptych into a small jewelry stand that can accommodate items on both of its sides.
- Dutch Doobadoo MDF Mini Triptych #440110
- Studio Light 12×12 Double Sided Paper – My Botanic Garden #01
- Studio Light A4 Cutting Sheet – My Botanic Garden – #1326
- DecoArt Americana® Acrylic Paint – Warm White (Semi-opaque) DA239-3
- Buddly Crafts Metal Filigree Assorted Flower Wraps – 24pcs Silver Tone ST20
- Buddly Crafts 4mm Screw Eye Bails – 100pcs – Silver Tone ST12
- Buddly Crafts 1mm Jute String – 110m Natural
- Viva Decor A5 Clear Silicone Stamps Set – Letters & Embellish Backgrounds #6
- Tsukineko VersaColor Pigment Ink Pad Large – Sage #187
- Tsukineko VersaColor Pigment Ink Pad Large – Celadon #060
- Tsukineko VersaColor Pigment Ink Pad Large – Sand Beige #151
- 10mm Beechwood Dowel Craft Sticks – 5pcs 90mm
- Viva Decor Jewellery Glue
- Craft knife, glue
- Knorr Prandell Hole Piercing Tool #397
Using the Viva clear stamps and the ink pads stamp the designs on the white surface. Let it dry well.
On the blank side of the MDF pieces cut and glue the 12×12 paper. Make sure that the right side of the triptych has the right side of the paper on it.
Tear with your hand the all the sides of the image to be glued on the center of the triptych, distress it with the green shades inks and glue it on the central piece of the triptych.
Using the hole piercing tool, mark holes and set the screw eye balls. Place and fix a small of piece of wire between the two screw eye balls. This can be used to hand earrings and you can repeat the process making more places on any of the two sides of the mini triptych.
Take the metallic corners and slightly bend them in the center. Glue them with the jewelry glue. The corners now act like hangers for cords / necklaces.
Cut 1.5cm long pieces from the beechwood dowel and paint them with the Celadon ink. Let them dry and glue the on the triptych. These pieces will work well holding your rings. Adjust the number and place on both sides the hangers you prefer.
Finally, use the jute string to tie together the parts of the triptych.