Chicken Wire And Frame Jewellery Holder

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By CHT Media Created: October 2, 2012 Last Updated: October 2, 2012
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A DIY jewellery frame. (CHT Media)

A DIY jewellery frame. (CHT Media)

Dear Marc:

I want to create something special for my wife. While shopping at a boutique we came across a unique jewellery holder. It was a frame with what looked like chicken wire in the middle and the wire was used to hook the jewellery in place. Essentially it replaces a jewellery box. I want to build something like this as a surprise gift for her birthday.


Dear Eric:

My wife has a jewellery box filled with things she can’t find. I am sure there is a better way to store jewellery. There has to be. For my sanity and yours, we will build a jewellery holder and make it look splendid! This simple DIY project is sure to score you a few brownie points for creativity.

-- Two frames
-- Screws and washers
-- Drill
-- Chicken wire
-- Wire cutters
-- White Para Paint

Step 1: Measure and cut the chicken wire to correspond with the size of the frame. Place the wire between the two frames.

Step 2: Screw the two frames together.

Step 3: Prime and paint the frames.

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