DIY Gold Jewelry Bowls {Easy Gift Idea}

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I have seen some darling jewelry bowls available for sale on some of my favorite flash sale sites, but when I found these little gold china bowls at Home Goods the other day I figured it would be crazy simple to just make a set for myself. And, since they came in a four pack, I had enough to make one for Christy and one for Terry, too.

This was such a quick and easy project—and seriously, they make a great personalized gift idea, for just a few dollars each.

I imposed on Christy to cut some gold vinyl monograms with her vinyl cutter. {Thisis the vinyl we used, FYI, in gold, of course.}

She was able to use the same monograms from our favorite black and white totes from the Haven Conference. She mailed them to me, and all I had to do was attach them to the center of the bowl—Voila!

It's always nice to have a pretty place to store jewelry, but my bowls also might migrate over to my desk to store office supplies. Or maybe I will just make another set for that purpose?

I think they would make wonderful bridesmaid gifts or shower favors, or a thoughtful present for a newly engaged bride-to-be to hold her new ring—the possibilities are endless.

I am off to visit Christy—so excited for some time with her in Savannah—and {spoiler alert} I am sure you can guess what her hostess present will be.

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