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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Earring Frame


What You Will Need:

One plain frame any size
Fabric (fabric should be 2 1/2" bigger than frame on all sides)
Batting (cut the same size as the fabric)
Tulle (cut tulle 1" bigger on all sides than the inside of your frame)
One decorative button
Staple Gun (We used just a regular stapler.) 
Glue Gun

Putting the frame Together:

Cut fabric and batting 2 1/2" bigger than frame on all  sides.

Cut out center of fabric and batting 2 1/2" from the inside frame edge.

Clip inside corners (Do not clip all the way to the frame. Clip 1/2" away from frame.)

 
Starting from the inside wrap the fabric and batting to the back of the frame and staple in place.

Wrap the fabric and batting on the outside edges to the back of the frame and staple in place.


Staple the tulle on the back of the frame over the opening of the frame.

Flower:

Rip a piece of fabric 2 1/2"-3" (depends on how big you want the flower to be) x 21". 

Cut a piece of tulle the same size. 

Layer the tulle and fabric together and sew a running stitch along one long side. Pull thread and gather the fabric into a flower shape.  Glue flower shape onto one corner of the frame. 

Rip another 1 1/2"-2" x 21" piece of fabric for the inside of the flower.  Sew a running stitch along one long side.  Pull thread and gather the fabric into a flower shape.  Glue the small flower shape on top of the larger flower.  Glue a fun button in the middle of the flower.



My daughter Megan made this fun earring frame. She has it hanging in her bedroom and it is adorable.  It is such a great way to display and find your earrings.   It's also a fun accent for your room. 
Now go find all your earrings and hang them in your frame! 


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