As we settle into the new year, it鈥檚 not just our homes, diets and ab exercises聽that could use a winter refresh. To breathe new life into our wardrobes and re-organize the way we set out our OOTDs, we鈥檙e bringing back these crazy cute marbled jewelry trays to elegantly display a day鈥檚 worth of jewelry on your dresser or vanity!

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To bring you this easy DIY all wrapped up in our Marbled Jewelry Tray Kit, we teamed up with the lovely ladies behind Rocksbox, the fabulous subscription-based service that sends a rotating collection of designer jewelry to your door monthly for the price of an H&M statement piece (umm yeah! we鈥檙e signing up right now).聽And to sweeten the deal, you鈥檒l also receive your first聽month as a new member of Rocksbox for FREE when you purchase the kit!

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Grab a kit for yourself and keep scrolling to see how we put these pretty marbled trays together!

Materials:

鈥 white oven-bake clay

鈥 colorful oven-bake clay

鈥 gold paint pen

(easy as that 鈥斅grab all three in our kit聽AND get a free month of Rocksbox!)

Tools (not included in kit):

鈥 butter knife

鈥 baking tray

Instructions:

1.聽Break off one section of white and one section of colored clay and twist them around each other. Keep twisting and kneading your clay until you have an evenly dispersed, marbled pattern and flatten it into a circle measuring about three inches in diameter.

2. Grab one more section of white clay, flatten it into another circle of about the same size and layer it underneath your marbled circle.

3. Using a butter knife, carefully trim off the uneven edges of your two-layer clay circle and then pinch the edges of your clay circle upward so that it forms a lip all the way around.

4. Repeat for your second, larger tray, using two white sections plus two pink sections for the marbled layer and two white sections for the white bottom layer. Bake both trays in a 275潞 Fahrenheit oven for about 25 minutes.

5. Once cooled, paint the edges of each tray with your gold paint pen.

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Simplest materials list EVER! Unwrap that clay and let鈥檚 get marbling!

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Break off one section of white and one section of colored clay and twist them around each other. Keep twisting and kneading your clay until you have an evenly dispersed, marbled pattern, and flatten it into a circle measuring about three inches in diameter.

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Grab one more section of white clay, flatten it into another circle of about the same size and layer it underneath your marbled circle.

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Using a butter knife, carefully trim off the uneven edges of your two-layer clay circle and then pinch the edges of your clay circle upward so it forms a lip all the way around.

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Repeat for your second larger tray, using two white sections plus two pink sections for the marbled layer and two white sections for the white bottom layer. Bake both trays in a 275潞 Fahrenheit oven for about 25 minutes.

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Once cooled, paint the edges of each tray with your gold paint pen and let dry. You may want to add a second coat of gold pen to really make the gold pop!

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That鈥檚 really all there is to it! A simple DIY with a beautiful result, shown in a soft pink and a deep teal.

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The only thing missing from these trays is a collection of sparkly things to fill them up! Our good friends at Rocksbox introduced us to these beautiful druzy and amethyst pieces by聽Leslie Francesca (which happens to be their featured collection in January! ;)

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When we first laid our eyes on these dreamy druzy studs, rings and pendants, we started thinking of ways to style them into our own lives and wardrobes.

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Ballerina-pink jewelry trays, black studs, champagne rings and a wear-with-everything amethyst pendant are the perfect picks for the girl who鈥檚 keepin鈥 it classic with timeless neutrals and feminine details.

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And these deep-sea teal jewelry trays paired with a colorful mix of blue, magenta and purple gems are the ideal combination for the wild and free beach babe who loves incorporating natural elements into her OOTD.

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Which one will you choose? Make your own set of Marbled Jewelry Trays at home and show us how you would style them to match your own unique vibe.

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This post is a collaboration with Rocksbox. Rocksbox is聽the premiere destination to borrow jewelry before you buy. For $19 a month, Rocksbox members receive a curated box of designer jewelry with the option to borrow, buy or swap at any time.聽Rocksbox features 30+ designers, including Kendra Scott, Gorjana, House of Harlow and Loren Hope.