Vintage DIY Tabletop Earrings Organizer and Display

Women have so many accessories that all the time they new places for their storage. Usually they have many earrings, bracelets, necklaces, broaches, belts, purses, scarves, hats. All these items need some special places where they should keep them.

Here it is an idea for where you can put your earrings. It is a vintage looking DIY Tabletop Earrings Organizer and Display.You can create it very easily and its cost is less than $10 if it happens to owe a staple gun.

Here are the materials you need for this project: picture frame, 12′ of picture wire, acrylic paint and brush, staple gun (or nails/tacks, etc).You can start out with a black 8×10 picture frame. You can also use two packages of some picture hanging wire.Then you can give the frame a couple coats of paint with this almost-but-not-quite white acrylic paint using the brushes pictured.

Next, you can take a piece of wire and lay it across the back of the frame. You fold it over twice so that you get three strands folded together that were just a little longer than the width of the frame (this was to make the hanging wire a little thicker).Twist the wires loosely so they hold together, but loose enough so you can stick a post earring through there if you want!

On the back of the frame you can use a pencil to mark where to hang the wire. I start with 1/4″ from the top opening of the frame, then space the remaining wire 2.25″ apart.You staple the wire to the frame, then fold and tuck the wire so it cannot come out. If you do not have a staple gun, you could also use small nails or tacks to wrap the wire around and hold in place.You can give the knots a few taps with a hammer to make sure there are not any sharp wire edges sticking out.

Published by in DIY Projects, on August 13th, 2011


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