“Owl Earring Hanger #2”, Daniel D. Brown, 2017

I decided to make a simpler Owl earring hanger – One that takes less time to assemble and is much less unwieldy to ship. i.e. one that’s actually worth it for me to make and sell to people. This first one was an experiment with home-made stains using vinegar and steel wool.

Note the hanging basket in which studs and earring backs can be placed.

Purchase at the Laughing Mantis Studio Etsy Store ($150)!

  

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“Dragonfly Earring, Necklace, and Ring Hanger”, Daniel D. Brown, 2013

This is my design for a dragonfly hanging armoire. It is all hand-cut from poplar wood, hand-painted glass eyes, mesh wings for hanging earrings, 8 hooks for rings, 10 hooks for necklaces, and 5 troughs for studs and rings.

I plan to make more of these to sell on my Etsy store. Drop me a line if you have any interest.

I also designed a similar owl jewelry holder, which is also available for purchase.

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“Owl Earring and Necklace Hanger”, Daniel D. Brown, 2013

I recently designed this earring hanger for my fiance. It was all hand-carved wood (luckily I now have a jigsaw), the eyes were hand-painted glass, and the wings have mesh for hanging earrings, and the hanging trough is for studs and rings. There are 10 hooks for necklaces.

I plan to make more of these to sell on my Etsy store. Drop me a line if you have any interest.

I have also designed a more robust dragonfly jewelry holder/hanging armoire.

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