Kotomi Yamamura makes gorgeous jewelry inspired by history.
Here she also shares a clever DIY jewelry display created from heavy cardstock, that can be used to show necklaces or bracelets.
Kotomi uses this paper pattern to cut out her cardstock.
Once her cardstock is cut out, she curves it into a cone shape and staples the two flat edges together.
In the top photo, you can see a small tab she added to the display for looping the back of her necklace around so it wouldn’t slide off the display.
She suggests that since her jewelry tends to be large, you may want to adjust the size of the pattern to suit the size of your jewelry:
Pattern for Kotomi’s display;
the center line measures 23 cm.