A Simple and Cute Way To Frame And Display Your Earrings DIY

Why keep your earrings tucked up in a jewelry box or drawer?  They are an art piece and deserve to be displayed just like a painting.  This DIY earring frame is an inexpensive and fun way to add a little something to your bedroom dresser or bathroom vanity.  The supplies are pretty basic so you may have them already.  Thanks to Kevin & Amanda for this lovely project.

This fun little shabby chic earring stand, made from an altered picture frame, is a great way to hang and display all your beautiful, dangling earrings. I had the idea for this project after we talked about my love affair with dangly earrings and how to display them. I don’t know about you, but I just love seeing them all hanging in a row! 🙂
The next day I made this earring frame, and it was so quick, easy, and inexpensive to put together, I knew I had to share it with you! 🙂 I spent a grand total of $5.34 on this project. Plus I got to work with a staple gun. (Thats about as close to a power tool as I get!) 😉
Cost: Less than $10
Time: 30 mins
Supplies: picture frame, 12′ of picture wire, acrylic paint & brush, staple gun (or nails/tacks, etc)
I started out with a black 8×10 picture frame from Walmart, $3. They also have 8.5×11 document frames which would be good too, for a little extra space. On the same aisle, I picked up some picture hanging wire. They sold them in packages of 6′ for $0.97 and I used two.
Since the frame wasn’t real wood, I was a little concerned with how it would turn out once I painted it. I definitely wanted it to have the antiqued look, where you could see the previous color underneath the white paint.  I was afraid the only way to do that would be to use a real wood frame, so the wood would soak up the paint and show the grain underneath. I thought this frame, since it was completely flat with no texture, would just produce a flat, solid color when I painted it…
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Images from Kevin & Amanda.
For full instructions visit Kevin & Amanda.

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