Fancy Jewelry Boxes
Sometimes it’s just not practical to buy jewelry gifts for jewelry lovers because they might have an expensive or specific taste. That, or you just don’t want to outshine the significant other Christmas morning. Let’s face it, though. If you’re a jewelry lover, chances are you would love a bling-related gift. Scroll through these fabulous gift ideas for jewelry lovers, and get inspired!
First up on our list are fancy jewelry boxes.
If you’re a jewelry enthusiast, you most likely already have a large jewelry armoire or other jewelry storage solution. However, true jewelry lovers can never pass up a unique, vintage, or otherwise amazing jewelry box. We will find a place for them and treasure them almost as much as we do our jewels.
Ring Boxes, $6 -$30, Amazon.com
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Jewel Motif Notebook
A lot of jewelry lovers like to sketch jewelry designs when they’re bored. This is especially true if the jewelry lover in your life is a jewelry designer. You don’t have to be a professional designer to appreciate this jewelry-inspired notebook, though. A great jewelry sketch on something as practical as a notebook, and I’m sold.
‘Blue Gems’ Journal, $21.09, Novica
Gemology Wall Art
I own this exact canvas, and I have been nothing but thrilled with it since the day I got it. I know several other jewelry lover friends of mine have also purchased this and similar prints offered by Volume Twenty Five. This print comes in two different sizes and adheres to a wooden base. I recommend measuring the space you wish to hang before you decide which size you want.
Minerals & Gems Vol.2, $70, vol.25
Large Geode Crystals
Jewelry lovers love geodes! A true jewelry lover is not only fascinated with jewelry but everything that goes into fabricating a piece of jewelry. All gemstones start out as rough before they are cut and polished into a jewel. Jewelry lovers see the beauty in uncut, raw gems. This gift is also ideal for geologists and rock collectors.
Don’t be turned off by the price of this fabulous specimen. Geodes come in all shapes, sizes, and price ranges.
Large Celestite Geode, $12 -$35, Amazon.com
DIY Diamond Shaped Mirror
If I had a savvy DIYer in my life, I would insist that they crafted me this mirror! This is an inexpensive gift option any jewelry lover would love, and all it takes is some time, patience, and a large mirror. Okay, maybe you need a few other things, too, but I think it is a gift option worth exploring.
Inspirational Diamond Print
One of my most prized jewelry gifts came from my niece and nephew. It is a version of this print that says shine bright like a diamond. Some of you may immediately think of Rihanna when you see that saying, but for me, it is more of a reminder of how much I love my career. I think any jewelry lover would love to hang a print like this one in their office or home.
Diamond Print, $15.53, Sprinkle of Sparkle
DIY Mason Jar Jewelry Cleaner
Tight on cash but still want to give your jewelry lover something jewelry-related? Give them everything they need to clean their jewelry safely in a cute mason jar package.
What You’ll Need:
- Mason Jar & Lid
- Travel Size Tooth Brush, Soft Bristled
- Travel Sized Dish Detergent
- Steel Ball Tea Infuser
- Index Card
The idea here is similar to that of a mason jar that has everything you need to bake cookies inside of it.
This isn’t going to be a jewelry cleaner, but instead, it will be everything the jewelry lover needs to make their own at-home jewelry cleaner.
Why does it this way? Most at-home jewelry cleaning recipes on the internet are filled with big NO-NOs for your jewelry. The safest and most effective way to clean your jewelry is with a mild dish detergent and warm water.
Here’s What You’ll Do:
Place the small dish soap bottle, soft-bristled toothbrush, and tea infuser inside the mason jar. You might have to get creative with how it will all fit. Close the lid. Fill out the index card with the jewelry cleaner recipe. You can get as technical or as simple as you want. For example:
At Home Jewelry Cleaner
Mix one cup warm water with two drops dish detergent until sudsy. Place jewelry inside infuser and drop into the mixture and let soak five minutes. Remove jewelry and brush softly. Rinse with clean water. Repeat if necessary.
Finally, attach the index card to the rim of the mason jar using ribbon.
See Also: More at Home DIY Jewelry Cleaner Recipes