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Author: admin, 24.04.2016. Category: Buzzing In Ears

When I got home, the intention was to paint it brown to match the furniture in our bedroom but after holding it up in the room it actually fit it quite nicely even being gold. I also picked up these really ugly, yet perfect curtains to be the backing for the earring holder. I don’t spend much money on my earrings because they always get lost (or taken and sat on by my oldest).
I know I posted a picture of myself (with Cynthia Sass) yesterday, I promise I’m not full of myself.
They seriously were hideous, but they were white and hole-y so I thought they would work well.

Speaking of hope, I’m praying that all of my earrings are going to fit on this thing! It’s simple enough, but I know how having it on paper can make things easier sometimes! When you buy a pair to match all your outfits they start to pile up and it’s just plain hard not to lose them.
I removed the back of the frame and using a staple gun, I just pulled and stapled the curtain fabric tightly across the back of the frame. Sadly enough, you can do better than that at Walmart these days so why waste your time getting one used anyhow?

I actually did a double layer of the fabric to thicken it up a bit and give the earrings a little more to cling to. Sure you can go out and buy something already completed, but sometimes you have to make sacrifices because things aren’t always customized for you.
What prompted this project was a friend on mine on facebook who made one with chicken wire.

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