From Candle Holder to Necklace Holder

by Stacy.

Before: Candle holder bought on clearance, with can of spray paint


After: Lovely new color – and ready to become a necklace holder

When Stacy found an interesting candle holder on clearance at Target, she foresaw a much more interesting future for it.

So she took it home, gave it a coat of pretty spray paint called “blue ocean breeze” – and turned the candle holder into a necklace holder.

Pedestals on top are perfect for holding other pieces of jewelry

Necklaces hang from the curving arms of the holder.

The little pedestals that were originally intended for candles are perfect for holding bracelets, rings, and other jewels.

Necklace holder in action

Thanks so much for sharing this lovely repurposing project / jewelry display idea, Stacy!

For more crafty ideas, visit Stacy’s blog:

She’s Kinda Crafty


Necklace Holder Idea
by: Rena

I love this cleverly repurposed jewelry display idea, Stacy. I wouldn’t have thought to spray paint it, but that definitely gave it a more fashionable air (and it could be painted any color that’s a nice contrast with the jewelry on display).

The candle pedestals have a lot of potential for displaying jewelry too – altogether a neat, multipurpose item!

Thanks so much for sharing this project with us!

Another way to use a candle holder
by: TheWristbandit

I also use candle holders, found at the thrift store, to display my leather cuffs. They sit on top of each holder. Works great!

by: Lisa

Been hard pressed to think of good necklace display ideas that aren’t too big and cumbersome. This is brilliant! Now I gotta go find something similar. Thanks!
Lisa at

I love this
by: Lisas Tea Time Jewelry

This is so pretty. I love the way it looks with pearls hanging on it. I have a victorian style set up and this is a great look. Thank you so much for sharing this idea with us. Time to shop for candle holders.

by: Shannon

I am so doing this for my home shows!!

by: JetsJewelry

Just very late. I love the look of the candle stick holder

by: Clayre

I was looking for ideas for my first craft show and when I saw this the light bulb turned on. Between this and picture frames, I think I have it all covered. Thank You for sharing… You for sharing…

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