I’m still on my mission to save sad old jewelry cabinets and jewelry boxes from thrift stores across the country… but I need your help! Many of you have written to me to let me know that you’ve started searching for them, too. Thanks! I hope to keep inspiring you to find these and turn them into something beautiful. Today I’m going to share a few of the products I use as an alternative to glass to replace those ugly faux stained glass doors.
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Alternative to Glass Doors
It’s probably easier to share all these in my Facebook Live video from last summer. Then I’ll show you where you can find the products online and show you examples of where I used them in projects.
BTW, I’d love to hear how your experience is with this video… there is an ad at the begin
Here’s a list of the products shown in the video with links to where you can find them online:
- decorative metal sheets: The one on the gray jewelry cabinet is called “cloverleaf“.
- ceiling tin tile sheet (reproduction)
- small chicken wire
- hardware cloth
- Activ-Wire Mesh
- craft copper sheet
- copper mesh
You’ll also need these tools:
I found some of these products at Hobby Lobby near the back of the store where the wood products are located.
If you enjoyed reading how to replace glass doors in jewelry cabinets, you might also like these articles:
- The Ultimate Guide to DIY Jewelry Box Makeovers
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- Ten Tips for Jewelry Cabinet Makeovers
- Why Shop at Thrift Stores?
- 20 Thrift Store Makeovers for Your Home
Thanks for reading my blog! Please let me know if you have any other questions about changing out the glass doors in your thrift store jewelry cabinets. Just leave a comment below or send me an email.
‘Til the next project,
Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim