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Jewelry Holder Tutorial

By April 24, 2011June 19th, 201519 Comments

I’m so excited about this tutorial! I’ve gotten into the habit of collecting old picture frames from thrift stores and estate sales and I never know what to do with them. On top of that, my current jewelry storage situation is, simply put, a hot mess. So I’m SO ready for this picture frame jewelry holder tutorial!

What you’ll need:

Picture Frame
Screen or Hardware “Mesh”
Wire Cutters
Staple Gun
S-Hooks (if you want to hang necklaces)

Using the wire cutters, trim the hardware mesh to the size of the inside of the frame. Even though I knew the size of the frame, I measured the backside just to be sure!

Starting in a corner of the frame, use a staple gun to secure the mesh to the frame. Slowly work your way around the entire frame.

And it’s really as simple as that! This is a perfect way for jewelry makers to display their work at a craft show! You can also use a piece of fabric covered foam core board instead of the mesh, if you want to add a splash of color. Personally, I LOVE the grid look against the pretty frame.

I also just wanted to mention that I’m being considered to have my 60% off deal featured on Heartsy! If you haven’t heard of Heartsy yet, it’s the Groupon of handmade (so AWESOME!). It offers you huge deals on handmade stores and I’m hoping that mine will become one of them! Please vote “Yes, definitely!” for me here!

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