Unlike this DIY bracelet holder, this DIY earring & jewelry holder may actually take a little effort. But it’s definitely still in my arts and crafts ability level, so you know it can’t be too difficult, right?
I actually made my first one of these a few years ago when I was still living in SLO, but despite rarely putting much weight into accessories in the past, I find my collection growing and growing these days. So I figured it was time for take two!
So here’s what you’ll need:
- A cheap Goodwill frame: 25 cents
- 10.5in x 13.5in plastic canvas in a pretty color: $3
- Tacky Glue: already owned
- Paint/Paint Brush (if you’re frame is in bad shape): already owned
- Nails: already owned
Total Cost: $3 (up to $10 if you do not own glue/paint already)
And after a kitty inspection, it’s time to get started.
Step One. Paint frame, if needed, and let dry.
Step Two. Measure inside of frame and cut plastic canvas to exact measurements.
Step Three. Place glue on inside of frame. Carefully press plastic frame onto the glue and let sit until completely dry, about 2-3 hours.
Step Four. Turn the frame over and nail 3-4 nails equally spaced at the bottom of the frame. You can measure if you want, or if you’re like me, eyeball it and end up with slightly off but still workable nails for hanging necklaces and bracelets.
And there you have it, an easy, cheap DIY jewelry holder.
They make great Mother’s Day gifts as well!