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How to make a framed wall hanging jewelry display

Make a Framed Wall Hanging Jewelry Display

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Pick out a frame and separate the pieces of it

Pick out a frame and separate the pieces of it

Cut a piece of fabric that is a couple inches wider and longer than the backboard of the frame

Cut a piece of fabric that is a couple inches wider and longer than the backboard of the frame

Center the fabric with the backboard based on your fabric's design and use glue dots to secure it in the middle

Center the fabric with the backboard based on your fabric's design and use glue dots to secure it in the middle

Flip it over and it should look something like this (mine looks a little off because I had to center the design of the fabric)

Flip it over and it should look something like this (mine looks a little off because I had to center the design of the fabric)

Put glue dots up the sides of the backboard

Put glue dots up the sides of the backboard

Then fold the sides of the fabric over (hot glue or duck tape probably would have worked as well)

Then fold the sides of the fabric over (hot glue or duck tape probably would have worked as well)

Fold over the other sides and secure them in place. (I used heavy duty tape but hot glue or other glues would also work)

Fold over the other sides and secure them in place. (I used heavy duty tape but hot glue or other glues would also work)

Once it dries, glue it to the inner part of your frame

Once it dries, glue it to the inner part of your frame

Flip it over and cut lace ribbon a little bit longer than the width of the backboard

Flip it over and cut lace ribbon a little bit longer than the width of the backboard

And now secure the ribbon on the back

And now secure the ribbon on the back

It should now look something like this\ud83d\udc4c

It should now look something like this👌

Cut 4 pieces of wood that fit into the frame and glue them together with wood glue (if you have questions feel free to ask)

Cut 4 pieces of wood that fit into the frame and glue them together with wood glue (if you have questions feel free to ask)

Pull out the wood once the glue dries (I waited a little over an hour) and you should now have a rectangular framey box thing

Pull out the wood once the glue dries (I waited a little over an hour) and you should now have a rectangular framey box thing

Now paint it black (I used spray paint but u don't have to)

Now paint it black (I used spray paint but u don't have to)

Use tape to secure the fabric covered backboard to to back of the frame

Use tape to secure the fabric covered backboard to to back of the frame

I also used some hot glue to secure the tape doen

I also used some hot glue to secure the tape doen

Like so

Like so

This is what the back of mine looked like

This is what the back of mine looked like

And the front!!!\u263a\ufe0f\ud83d\ude18\u2665\ufe0f

And the front!!!☺️😘♥️

I forgot to take pics while I was making these, but I just cut pieces of wood the width of the frame, used the drill to make the small holes (where the earrings will go), & I spray painted them black

I forgot to take pics while I was making these, but I just cut pieces of wood the width of the frame, used the drill to make the small holes (where the earrings will go), & I spray painted them black

Put a drop of glue (I used strong shoe goo) on the edges of the wood sticks and place them on the inner rim of the frame

Put a drop of glue (I used strong shoe goo) on the edges of the wood sticks and place them on the inner rim of the frame

Like so

Like so

Now I have two done

Now I have two done

And now all four! (You don't have to do four)

And now all four! (You don't have to do four)

Well, so far we have a place for earrings, but where are we going to put necklaces and bracelets??

Well, so far we have a place for earrings, but where are we going to put necklaces and bracelets??

Place the mini white metal hooks about 2 inches apart for reference of where u will drill the holes for them

Place the mini white metal hooks about 2 inches apart for reference of where u will drill the holes for them

Now make little pencil marks on the bottom of the frame for reference

Now make little pencil marks on the bottom of the frame for reference

And then with a small drill, drill little holes for the hooks to go in

And then with a small drill, drill little holes for the hooks to go in

Now twist the hooks in the drilled holes and that's where the necklaces go!

Now twist the hooks in the drilled holes and that's where the necklaces go!

Now hang it up, put your jewelry on it, and admire your hard work☺️

  • Frame
  • Fabric
  • Glue dots, glue, hot glue
  • Wood
  • Lace ribbon (optional)
  • Black paint
  • Heavy duty tape (preferably black)
  • Drill to make holes in wood
  • Little metal hooks
  • Super glue of some sort