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Art Jewelry Holder
What you'll need...
Picture frame or two (they can be any size, shape and color but the bigger the better)
-I found my frames at a thrift store for $1 each
Paint color of your choice (spray paint works the fastest and easiest)
Clear coat spray paint
Cup hooks 7/8"
-depending on how many items you hang depends of the number of hooks you need i'm using 10.
This whole craft only cost me $3.00 each holder, of course you can add extra embellishments and fun things to make them even better! :)

Posted by Amanda J. from Springfield, Missouri, United States • Published

You Will Need

  • How to make a jewelry frame. Jewelry Holder - Step 1
    Step 1

    Step 1: Clean your Frame from dust dirt or anything on it that shouldnt be!

  • How to make a jewelry frame. Jewelry Holder - Step 2
    Step 2

    Step 2: Spray With paint color of your choice let dry then spray with clear coat to finish and protect.

  • How to make a jewelry frame. Jewelry Holder - Step 3
    Step 3

    Step 3: Pick which way you want your frame to face, long ways or tall ways then screw in your hooks on which side you like.

  • How to make a jewelry frame. Jewelry Holder - Step 4
    Step 4

    Hang it on the wall and Viola, you can now hang your jewlrey on somehting pretty!


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Jeanniece M.
Jeanniece M. · 1 project
This is great! Question, do you need to drill or do the hooks go straight in?

I was thinking of using thumb tacs and spraying them along with the frame ('cause I don't have a drill) but I think your way is much nicer.

I guess if all else fails, I can just borrow a drill.
Katie J.
Katie J. · Lisbon, Lisbon, PT · 1 project
where do you get the hooks?
Jurena · Charlotte, North Carolina, US
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Lolly.Bot · Enfield, England, GB
This looks well brill. My mate has loads of long chunky necklaces, like in your pic and she is soooo messy. So this will come in handy Happy

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