Wooden tool box repurposed as a jewelry box

I came across a cool tool box at Harbor Freight that when vamped up a little, will make a great jewelry box - I’ll get a couple of fluffy paint rollers and cover with fabric for bracelet holders and voila’:

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That’s a great idea! Am wondering if the small drawers are deep enough to hold a couple cuff bracelets?

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My wider cuffs are about 2", so the drawer closes just fine with them laying on their sides -
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This is my goal:

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This is fabulous! What a great idea!

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What a great idea!! The bracelet rolls would be easy to make, and looks like you’re not too far off from the goal product.

I’m also using a Harbor Freight solution for my cuffs, they’ve got some good storage ideas! I think this is originally a firearms box. I like the double layer of foam for two “trays” and that it’s portable.

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Any time you get a wonderful idea like this again, just share it here. I loe this idea and you know it is built strong if it was made for tools. :heart_eyes:

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Woops, I loe this should be Love. lol

sigh…yet another “yep,you’re different” example.
I’ve been pondering how to display my stuff :wink: I’ve got a couple of sets of whitetail “skullcap” antlers that I’ve been trying to get the crappy varnish off…when that happens,some rings will slide on the tines.
now,the cigar boxes I covered( birch bark & suede) are nice but they could hold anything,right?

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Yup - I like looking at Pinterest to get ideas (not that I’ve made anything yet). I bought one of the big ornate plastic IKEA frames at a garage sale that I’ll paint and put either a light wooden insert with cup hooks, or glue in chicken wire to hang things off of (wood frames are easy to staple wire in, plastic requires sturdy glue).

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Well, you are all more creative than I am. Most of mine is just in a boring gray fire safe lock box. Rest is in a drawer in little cardboard boxes till I get another lock box.