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DIY Jewelry Display Cones

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Also check out the new DIY Hemp Jewelry Display Cones.
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(The MINI tags in the photos are available here: BLANK TAGS or with CUSTOM PRINTING. The blank tags are perfect for pricing jewelry and small items at the craft show.)

If you have an upcoming art and craft show and if you don't want to use the standard boring black velvet jewelry displays, here is a crafty idea for you:

You can display your handcrafted jewelry with those unique, nature-friendly cardstock cones to use as bracelet (and necklace) displays. I received many complements on my bracelet display cones at the 50 Anniversaty Earth Fest.

Materials you will need:
Heavy-weight Cardstock (110lb +)
Glue, tape, Mod Podge

You will need a sturdy cardstock in 12" x 12" size, sold in most Craft stores by separate sheet or as a part of collection/books. Pick colors that match your shop / brand style.
I use matte Mod Podge as glue. You can also seal the ready cones with the mod podge to make them last longer. and be more weather resistant. 

I used 12″ x 12″ vintage style, pastel color, ornate patterns cardstock.

I made cuts on the 12″ x 12″ sheets with my die cutter but you can just cut the cardstock with scissors. I made 3 different cone sizes, about 11″ tall, 5 1/2″ tall, and small 3″ tall cones.

Once I had the cut cardstock pieces, I rolled the cardstock into a cone shape, secured the inside with tape, and glued the overlap with mod podge. Then removed the tape from inside and glued the rest of the overlap from the inside, just for additional safety. Done! That’s it, you have a cool cone bracelet display!

Here are the shapes I used to cut-out the cone shapes:

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If you are using Silhouette Cameo, here are the cutting files , zipped. 

Once you have one cone done, you can use it as a base matrix over which you can roll another cone, so they can be the same size. 



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  • Kiley Young on

    I was wondering if you had this in an SVG file format. I have a Cricut and I have tried converting your files and it doesn’t work. If not can you just tell me the diameter of each size cone and I can try to create my own? Thanks in advance

  • Kim on

    Hi there! I can download the zip file but I can’t open them; do I need a special program? Thank you!

  • Rose @ Artision on

    Hi Mackenzie, thank you for pointing up that the link is broken, I just fixed it! It should be working now.
    I also emailed you the zip archive with the cameo cutting files. Have fun crafting them!

  • Mackenzie on

    I tried the silhouette zip file and it wasn’t found. Are you able to e-mail it to me?

  • Angie on

    Just what I was looking for! Thank you! These are perfect!

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