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Author: admin, 21.05.2015. Category: How To Stop Ringing In Ears Home Remedies

So I got my little wheels turning (which just means remembering jewelry organizers I've pinned on Pinterest) and decided to make these Feminine DIY Earring Displays.
I made two earring displays, one out of hardware cloth (fancy word for wire) and another made out of cork board covered with fabric (the same fabric I used for my DIY Faux Roman Shades).
The piece of wire I used for my earring display was actually a scrap from some DIY wire baskets I'm working on.
I used thumbtacks to "nail" the wire onto the back of the frame (the backside is still it's old color- too lazy to spray paint parts that won't be seen). Decor + functionality = Fabulousness- yeah, I now that's not a word but it is in my dictionary. The cork board earring display is perfect for studs that require a back piece to hold in place. I've never even heard of hardware cloth, but now you've got me thinking of all kinds of projects it could be used for! I’ve been on an organizing spree and recently spent some time sorting through my jewelry.
I am including links to the some of the actual materials I used in case you’d like to duplicate my version.
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I actually kept all the back pieces to my stud earrings in a nearby bowl so I wouldn't have to mess with that when taking earrings on and off my display.


I'm obsessed with bringing beauty to everything around me in the form of DIY, repurposing and sprucing up.
I had an earring holder than I made from a frame and some screen, but it hasn’t gotten a lot of use.
I used two push pins, stuck in the wall (they make pretty small holes) for the dowels to rest on. I had yet to find a practical way to organize our accessories, especially earrings, so they were easily accessible and displayed in a pretty way. Make sure the thickness of your cork board and foam poster board together are at least 1 inch thick. If you are using small and thin cork board pieces like I did and want to make a bigger accessory board, begin by gluing the cork board pieces together, back-to-back, and then onto the foam poster board.
Now it’s time to add your ribbon around the outer edge of the board to create a frame. Next, take your thinner ribbon, which will be used to hang necklaces, bracelets, headbands, dangle earrings, etc., and measure out a strand that will be long enough to stretch across your board.
I used a large embroidery needle to make the holes, and put the labels on top of a cork trivet so the needle wasn’t poking through and damaging anything.
When I want to pack earrings, I can just slide the labels off the dowels and pack the earrings that way.
Use pins to fasten the fabric to the board, making sure you keep the fabric taut over the board and use plenty of pins to keep the fabric in place.
Amy has an Associate's degree in elementary education and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English.


It had been gloomy and hazy for what seemed like an eternity so I was ready desperate for some sunshine!
Then I tied the string on the label with a knot near the end, and I hung the labels on the dowel rod stick thing. The best part is that, by using sewing pins rather than glue for most of the project, it’s virtually mess-free and takes very little time to create.
Measure out the amount of ribbon you’ll need to frame the whole board, add 3-4 inches, and cut. Oh, and you can easily make one for under $20 using leftover ribbons and fabric around the house! Place one ribbon in the middle, stretch taut across the board, and pin the ribbon ends to the back of the board. Continue framing the board with the ribbon, pinning in the middle of each side and in each corner. Do the same for the other two ribbons, placing one toward the top of the board and one toward the bottom, equal spaces apart.



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