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Wire Frame Earring Holder
Keep all your earrings organized and decorate your wall at the same time.
DIY Frame Earring Holder

-An empty frame — if you don’t have one already, thrift stores are great places to find old frames for very cheap
-Wire cutters
-Tape measure or ruler
-Spray paint (optional)
-Sharpie
-Thumbtacks (the kind with the flat top)

Step 1 (optional): If you decide to get an old frame from a thrift store, don’t worry about it looking messy — it’s nothing a little spray paint can’t fix. Lay your frame on newspaper and give it a good coat. We suggest gold for an antique look, but your favorite color will work too.

Step 2: After your frame dries, turn it over and measure its diameter 1/2 inch from the inside of the frame. Mark with Sharpie and cut the wire mesh to size.

Step 3: Use your thumbtacks to secure the wire mesh in place and hang on wall or set up wherever you see fit.

Step 4: Hang all your earrings on it and you are good to go.

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