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This is a project that I made last month. I found it while browsing Cut Out and Keep
I bought the frames at Sally Ann's for $2 or $3 each.

Posted by Lydia H. Published See Lydia H.'s 20 projects »
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  • How to make a jewelry frame. Necklace/Earring Frames - Step 1
    Step 1

    Removed the glass and backing, placed my old IGA flyer on the balcony and got ready to spray.

  • How to make a jewelry frame. Necklace/Earring Frames - Step 2
    Step 2

    The spraying wasn't too hard, other than that it was a teeny bit windy. Remember to start spraying BEFORE the frame and end AFTER, so that you don't get the drizzly bits/drippy spots.

  • How to make a jewelry frame. Necklace/Earring Frames - Step 3
    Step 3

    A painted frame, drying.

  • How to make a jewelry frame. Necklace/Earring Frames - Step 4
    Step 4

    For the earring frame I very fortunately had found some mesh at Goodwill (but you can get it at a craft store).

  • How to make a jewelry frame. Necklace/Earring Frames - Step 5
    Step 5

    I used the cardboard backing as a guide and voila - a perfect piece of mesh.

  • How to make a jewelry frame. Necklace/Earring Frames - Step 6
    Step 6

    For some reason this is sideways, but all it shows is me putting the mesh into the dry frame. You can staple it in afterwards if you want, but my frame had metal clips to hold in the picture and they held in the mesh just fine.

  • How to make a jewelry frame. Necklace/Earring Frames - Step 7
    Step 7

    These are my ceiling hooks - Peavey Mart special.

  • How to make a jewelry frame. Necklace/Earring Frames - Step 8
    Step 8

    I marked off where I wanted the hooks to go and drilled out little holes before screwing in the ceiling hooks.

  • How to make a jewelry frame. Necklace/Earring Frames - Step 9
    Step 9

    Pre-drilling makes it easier to insert the hooks and keeps them uniform.

  • How to make a jewelry frame. Necklace/Earring Frames - Step 10
    Step 10

    Both frames, finished and full! I did make two earring frames, but one was camera shy.
    Now I am working on a box for those stray bracelets you see in the picture.......

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kinda.hobby
kinda.hobby · Vancouver, British Columbia, CA
It's stylish and functional, what a great idea!
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Miss P.
Miss P.
Love this!
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live2create
live2create · Ottawa, Ontario, CA · 13 projects
beautiful and handy! I'd even consider hanging them on the wall Tongue Happy
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Ashley A.
Ashley A. · Nashville, Tennessee, US
Love this idea. Will have to try it! I'm always running out of storage places for my necklaces.
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Lydia H.
Lydia H. · 20 projects
Thanks! Hopefully I will have the Jewel box done soon so I can show it to everyone.
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Jayme
Jayme · Jackson, Mississippi, US · 10 projects
this is a really cool idea...I have so much jewelry and no place to put it all...right now all mine is overflowing out of my record bowl haha
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