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For this project I gathered my hot glue gun, glue sticks, burlap, scissors, a utility knife, some twine and a piece of white foam board. I placed the foam board inside the picture frame and cut along the edges using my utility knife. After I cut the foam board to fit inside the picture frame, I cut the burlap allowing the burlap to overlap the foam board. I then used the twine to make rows across the burlap leaving enough room between the lines for my dangling earrings. This is what the back will look like when you finish your twine rows and you have place the foam board back into the frame.


I have also pulled a few brooches out of my drawers as they add a nice sparkle and they are too pretty to keep hidden away! Great idea, thanks for the tutorial, I’m going to have to make this for my friend sometime soon (only in pink). I found myself often tossing my earrings in the provided squares and they would pile up and get all tangled together.
I had an old gold picture frame I picked up from a thrift shop that I knew would be perfect for this project. I can easily see my dangling earrings and they are easy to pick up and place back at the end of the day.


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