I spent two weeks this fall collecting my personal wall jewelry items, a task that has given me more than a little inspiration for future projects.

Here are five wall jewelry ideas I’ve been using.

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Jewelry for decorating Your home can look like a beautiful, stylish display piece if you use jewelry as a centerpiece.

But if you’re looking to create a more functional piece, consider something like a framed picture or wall art that shows off the home decor you’re decorating.

In addition to using jewelry as decorative accents, these decorating accessories can add an aesthetic touch to your home.

For example, you could paint your bathroom wall, add a framed photo of a friend, or add a photo of your dog to your living room.

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Decorative jewelry for your children Jewelry can be used to decorate any room of your home that’s appropriate for your child, like a bedroom, kitchen, or dining room.

I also love to create wall jewelry for my husband, who uses it as a decorating accessory for his room in the evenings.

This keeps his room tidy and easy to move around.

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Jewelries for your wedding gifts Jewelry that is meant to be worn as a present can be a great gift for a wedding.

For this reason, I often include jewelry that I love in my wedding bands, necklaces, necklines, or necklays.

I like to create jewelry that’s meant to look like jewelry but can also be used for gifts, like wedding bands.

For a fun way to add some personality to your wedding day, create jewelry ornaments or other decorations that you can wear as a gift.

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Jewelery for decor, decorating, and more jewelry jewelry for decor and decorating can be found at a variety of online and brick-and-mortar stores.

In the past year, I’ve found a great collection of jewelry from many different brands that can be customized and used as wall jewelry.

If you’re interested in finding more jewelry to decor, I highly recommend checking out Jewelry Inspiration for more ideas.

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Jewelers tools for decor jewelry tools can be helpful to keep your jewelry organized and can also serve as decorative pieces.

For instance, a ring with a small bead, a necklace with a ribbon, or even a bracelet with a bead or an embroidery piece can make a great jewelry accessory.

I love to use tools to create decorative jewelry.

For the most part, I create jewelry in a variety that can then be used in other ways, like jewelry for gift wrapping or for personal use.