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A year or two ago I saw this jewelery holder idea at the Junior League Winter Dreams home tours. I thought it was sooooo cute and practical. I went to Hobby Lobby and got all the supplies today and made this. I got a half price frame, foam board, cork board, tacks and the fabric. They put a hanger on the back for me. I little hot glue and it was done.
Hope you have a great weekend!

Comments

Christy said…
Laurie - I remember that from the tour and have a spot that I plan to put a few in the closet. Did you go this year? Meier home was unbelievable!
How fun!! I actually did a very similar project this past weekend - but it was for my earrings. I posted about it here - http://sarahelizabethkeck.blogspot.com/2010/01/rainy-day-project.html

Yours looks awesome!!
Tara G. said…
Funky, fun, and so practical!
The Garners said…
Cute!!
Really cute, great job!
Everday Edwards said…
What a super fun idea! I love it.

Jaimi
I LOVE it!!!!!
How crafty!! I love that idea!
Miranda Tucci said…
LOVE THIS!!!! I really want to try to make one too! :)
Very cute! We should try to do the tour again next year!
Lindsay said…
Hi! I came over from Kelly's blog!
Oh my word...I love it! Ah, too cute! I think I may need one!

And I love the picture of your girls, (thanksgiving pict that you framed)..oh my I love Hobby Lobby!
Lauren said…
Sooooo cute!!!! :)
Jennifer said…
I want one too. Very fun and cute!
Leigh Ann said…
They were just showing something like this on the Today show last week and I thought "How cute!" Yours is even cuter than the one they showed!
Jamie said…
That is such a cute idea! Thanks for sharing.
The Whites said…
very cute project!!

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