DIY Jewelry Frame
I want to create something special for my wife. While shopping at a boutique, we came across a unique jewelry holder. It was a frame with what looked like chicken wire in the middle and the wire was used to hook the jewelry in place. Essentially it replaces a jewelry box. I want to build something like this as a surprise gift for her birthday.
“Honey, are you almost ready?” The man asks for the third time. “Give me a minute, I can’t find my favourite earrings.” The woman replies. Now we all know that a minute is never just a minute in wife lingo. In fact, in most cases a minute translates to anywhere between ten to fifteen minutes. Does this sound familiar?
Well, that’s a regular Saturday night in our house. My wife has a jewelry box filled with things she can’t find. I am sure there is a better way to store jewelry! There has to be. For my sanity and yours, we will build such a jewelry frame and make it look splendid! This simple DIY project is sure to score you a few “brownie point” with the Mrs.
– Two frames
– Screws and washers
– Chicken wire
– Wire cutters
– White Para Paint
Measure and cut the chicken wire to correspond with the size of the frame. Lay the wire between the two frames.
Screw the two frames together.
Prime and paint the frame.
What a fantastic idea. Can’t wait to make my own. Thanks for the idea.