Ever notice the plethora of empty frames in thrift stores?
I always look through them and grab up ones that suit my fancy..problem is they usually sit in storage waiting for something to be done with them...something about me being anti-committal when it comes to actually following through with a project idea/plan
(what if I find a better idea on Pinterest? ahhh!).
Remember how long it took me to complete the mirror-to-chalkboard project? yeeeaaahhh.
Kinda a problem.
There really are TONS of ideas for empty frames.
I love using a big one I found (and spray painted) for my coffee filter wreath.
This little metal, chippy frame I found for $1 about a year ago.
Originally I had planned to make some sort of hair clip holder for the girls, but decided I needed a quick easy way to display my jewelry. Now, this isn't my personal collection, but some shop stuff (some sneak peeks included of new earrings to come!)
All that I did was use a foam core board (found at the dollar store) and cut it down to fit. It fit perfectly and doesn't budge so no glue was required.
But, depending on your frame/foam core, you may need some glue :)
I just fell in love with the little beading detail on this frame!
All nice & organized. VERY easy when doing a quick inventory!
This board is currently half empty, thanks to many of you who have been buying up my jewelry!
hurrah! thank you!!
More to come in the shop, btw.
I have spring colors coming...
and those filigree dangle earrings you see above :)