The DIY Earring Frame

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If your like me, you’re constantly rummaging through piles of jewelry to find just the right earrings for the night while thinking– there HAS to be a better solution!!  Of course it can’t be just any old jewelry organizing solution… it has a fabulous one, and preferably up-cycled.  So I set out to create a solution for beautifully arranging my earrings.  I went to work on a vintage wood frame until I got it just right ;).  Here’s the end result, my DIY Earring Frame...

Select an old frame to use for your project.  I found a great vintage wood frame with burlap inlay, fabulous!

Using a staple gun, attach string to the inside of the frame, staple it to the back.

This step is optional.  I used a hot glue gun to better secure the string to the staple.

This step is also optional.  I chose to paint the outside of my frame using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Old White.

This earring frame turned out to be such a simple and BEAUTIFUL solution for my earrings, and up-cycled too!  I couldn’t be happier with the way it turned out =)

 

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