Jul 28, 2010

Jewelry Frame DIY


I've needed some place organized to put all of my earrings but I also wanted it to be really cute. So this is what I came up with. It's so so easy... unbelievably easy so stick with me and if you have a frame that you want to use then it will cost oh... one dollar.

You'll Need:
One Frame (without the glass)
Felt (enough to do one inch strips around your frame)
Tulle (the size of your frame)
A glue gun and glue


1. Cut your tulle the size of your frame

2. Starting with the short end glue one corner of the tulle to the frame and then pull it tight so there is no slack or wrinkles and glue it to the other side. Then add smaller dots of glue in between the corners. Do this until the tulle is glued all the way around the frame. Then trim the rest of the tulle so that it can't be seen behind the frame.

3. Cut out one inch strips of your felt

4. Glue the felt strips to the frame where the tulle ends to secure the tulle on the frame.

5. Stare at your beautiful creation in awe and then go hang your beautiful jewelry on it and enjoy!!!

28 comments :

  1. Wow, great idea!

    Fantastic post!

    :-)))

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  2. Great DIY Idea! Might have to give this one a try.

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  3. i love this! i had a friend in college who made these--they are fabulous!
    i use something from the container store now, but it's so not as individual and cool as yours :)

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    <3 Kim

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  5. Great DIY! And thanks for the clutch tip.

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  6. omg I love it tnx for sharing

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  7. Super cute! I Love the frame that you used.

    -Nicole
    www.craftmysoul.blogspot.com

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  8. This is fantastic! I'm constantly looking for ways to store/display my earrings! Doing this ASAP for sure!

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  9. this is such a great, creative, and easy DIY! I might just steal it and try it out when i get the time! :D

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  10. Thank you!
    This is a really good idea.
    Cute looks on the other pics, by the way!
    Greetings from Germany,
    Milena

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  11. I have a friend who has one of these and I've always been envious! Instead of tulle, she used an old eyelet curtain as the back fabric. I want one of my own!

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  12. i know it was said, but this is so awesome!! i want to try it!

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  13. This is amazing. I love it! Such a great way to store earrings.:)SarahD

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  14. Great idea! Looks gorgeous!

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  15. wow, love this idea! and so easy! it would also make a fun and simple gift for a girlfriend's birthday...

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  16. I love this!! What a great way to organize your earrings!

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  17. I love it! I saw one the other day where someone added branches to the middle of the frame and hung necklaces of them. So pretty! xo

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  18. Great post! I made something similar using a shadow box (removing the glass) and covering the back with pretty paper and screwing in hooks.

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  19. i used to have something like that but this one is a lot more elegant..love it!

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  20. You are so gifted and crafty! Thanks for sharing, I'm gonna do this project asap!

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  21. Wow! What a great idea! I've been looking for a way to display my enormous collection of earrings and this is perfect!

    -Emma

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  22. This is such a creative, cute idea! Why hide all your pretty things away in a box when you can see them all the time and enjoy them even when you're not wearing them?

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  23. Absolutely love this idea. Genius!

    ♥ Rebecca Jean
    Midnight Maniac

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  24. Awesome! I did this before but with fabric and it was much harder to poke through--so tulle makes much more sense. :-)

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