DIY Chicken Wire Frame
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Organize jewelry, photos, notes and more with this DIY Chicken Wire Frame. Easy to make and fun to show off, this simple organizational project is a great way to store your favorite accessories and photos. The great thing about this frame is that it doubles as stylish bedroom decor, so it serves a duel purpose. Perfect for adults and teens, this decorative storage frame is sure to help keep your life organized and pretty.
Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts
- MD Hobby & Crafts Chicken Wire
- MD Hobby & Crafts Gold Foil
- MD Hobby & Crafts hobby shears
- MD Hobby & Crafts gloves
- Antique white paint
- Wood frame
- Spellbinders butterfly dies
- Clothes pin
- Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Dodz small
- Paint brush
- Finishing nails or staple gun
If you do not want to make your own frame, you can buy unfinished wood frames from your local big box craft store. I used Valspar Satin Antique White paint to paint my project. I suggest 2-3 coats.
Attach chicken wire to the back of the frame either using finishing nails or a staple gun.
Trim off excess wire, and hammer the edges into the frame (so it doesn't scrape your wall).
Using Antique White paint, paint the frame and chicken wire. Paint the clothespins as well.
paint the clothespins as well
While the paint is drying, die cut the gold foil using a butterfly die. If you want texture to the butterfly, run through a diecut machine using an embossing folder or texture plate.
Adhere the gold butterfly to the clothes pin, using a Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Dodz small.
Hang the frame.
Add jewelry, photos, and quotes to the frame.
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