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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Framed Burlap Jewelry Holder

Hi friends! How is your week going?
 The weather is finally warming up after a long and bitterly cold winter! It has been a beautiful, sunny day today, and I am in a spring cleaning/ organizing mood!
I have another quick and easy project to share with you!

Framed Burlap Jewelry Holder

 Supplies needed:
1. Frames of different sizes without the mats (I picked up mine while thrifting for a dollar a piece).
2. Cork boards slightly bigger in size than the frames (I got mine from Jo Ann craft store for another project long ago).
3. 12x12 inch Fleur-de-lis printed Burlap specialty cardstock paper (Scrapbooking section of JoAnn craft store).
4. Scissor 
5. Staple gun

Step 1: Place the frame on the cork board and cut the cork board to the size of the frame.

I got two of these printed burlap cardstock papers for each of the frames.

Step 2: Cut the printed burlap paper to the size of the frame.
 The bigger of the two frames was almost the same size as the printed burlap paper, so all I had to do was trim a little at the bottom.

Step 3: Staple the printed burlap paper and then the cork board to the back of the frame.

Voilà. The finished product:

Love how they look on the open shelves in our master bath.
For the larger of the two frames, I am planning to use it as a jewelry holder, and for the smaller frame, I am thinking of gluing a few sea shells or maybe a starfish for instant 3D art! What do you think?

It was a quick and easy project and so much fun to create! Looks pretty and functional to boot!

Thanks for stopping by!
Have a wonderful week!

~Hugs, Poppy~

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  1. Bonjour,

    Très joli partage... Je vous souhaite une excellente journée.
    ❁ Gros bisous ❁

  2. I found your link on DIYbydesign link party. Great ideas - love your site!

  3. Very pretty and super elegant, Poppy. I love the muted tones of the casual burlap in contrast to the shiny frames. I am used to seeing burlap in a more rustic way. I like your take!

  4. What a wonderful idea and that turned out looking so pretty!!

  5. So pretty and unique! Thanks for linking up at Thursday Favorite Things. Can't wait to see what you'll share next week!

  6. What a wonderful idea. Looks pretty and thank you for the tutorial and where to get the supplies!

  7. love it looks so uptown styled
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  8. These are so cute! Love the idea.
    Mary Alice

  9. Love this idea - so simple and gives a touch of elegance. Pinning. Cathy

  10. Great project. I'm sure I could find a few places for some in my house. LOL.

  11. Very clever idea - they turned out beautifully!

  12. Super cute Poppy. I love the printed burlap!! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  13. Wonderful project! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

  14. Great repurposing! Love the burlap paper. Thank you for sharing it at What We Accomplished Wednesdays.
    Blessings, Deborah

  15. This is a real cute idea! I never finished a cork board idea that I started. Using a picture frame for it would work perfectly!


Thanks for stopping by and for your loving thoughts. They make me smile!Hugs~Poppy