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Here is how I made this simple jewelry display with a picture frame and craft items I already owned.

Step 1:Gather your supplies

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Here's a rundown of the supplies I used:


Picture frame with a removable back

Cutting wheel and cutting pad (scissors work just fine as well)

Scrapbook paper

Glue gun and glue sticks

Rhinestones (or any embellishments you want, or none at all, whatever suits your tastes)

Ribbon

Paint (optional)

Step 2:Take the frame apart and glue your paper to the back board

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The first step is to carefully take the frame apart so that you remove the backing.


Set the frame aside for now and choose what paper you want to use. 


Once you pick your paper, trim it to fit the size of the frame backing, then use your glue gun to secure the paper.


Step 3:Decorate!

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Here comes the real fun. It's time to decorate however you like!


Now that you have your background done you can choose your ribbon.


Glue one end of the ribbon to the reverse side of the frame's back board, then turn it over, stretching the ribbon taut across the paper you previously attached, and glue the other end of the ribbon to the back of the board.


Repeat this process to add as many ribbons as you like. Here is where you will add any embellishments you choose, attaching them to your scrapbook paper using your glue gun. In the images you'll see that I used the rhinestones to separate loops in one ribbon to kind of give it little sections. I also cut a small piece of ribbon, made a loop with it, and glued that to the board.




Step 4:Put the frame back together

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One thing you can do now if you like is paint the frame. Paint BEFORE you put the backing on. I didn't care for the natural brown of my frame, so I painted it a pastel pink to match the paper I chose.






Step 5:Finished

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All done! Now you can put the frame back together and add your jewelry.


I was pleased to see that I could hang bag charms on mine as well as earrings, bracelets, etc.



I hoped you enjoyed watching how I made this display!



- Simone

Materials:

  • Picture frame
  • Glue gun
  • Glue sticks
  • Scrapbook paper
  • Cutting tool
  • Rhinestones/embellishments
  • Paint, paint brush

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Wanda Newsome I will make one to display my jewelry.
  
Wanda Townsend It's wonderful ! I can't wait to try .
  
miguel jimenez Practical
  
Sally Crutcher I like your idea.
  
miguel jimenez This's wonderful.
  

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