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Here’s a how-to on an earring frame holder which you may have spotted as a prop in photos for some of my other makes. Such as here in the ribbon and bead necklace tutorial

ribbon and bead necklace

or most recently in the birds nest necklace tutorial

Egg nest jewellery

I made a new one as a gift recently. I started with this:

frame before

Beautiful item from a charity shop, orange pine, faded cheap print – perfect! It needed something doing to it, so I upcycled it to an earring frame, and here’s how.

chalk paint frame

I used Annie Sloan’s chalk paint in Old white. It’s such a great paint because it goes on without any prior sanding needed. The frame needed two coats. (Ignore my messy craft table behind!)

Then I stapled some cotton lace tape that I had in purple to the back. Lace works perfectly for this make as it looks pretty, especially in a bedroom and the holes work as holders for your earrings. I also added a pretty ribbon trim at the bottom.

back stapled

I then added a little d ring hook to the back for hanging the frame on the wall and voila it was a simple make that looks beautiful and has a use for corralling those wayward earrings. In the original frame pictured above I added some little hooks screwed into the frame for hanging necklaces from, and I added fabric stapled across the back. Why not make an earring frame holder to match the decor in your bedroom?

earring frame

 

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