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Mother’s Day Personalized Gifts-How To Make A Jewelry Holder

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Each week I bring you a craft that is fun and frugal. Mother’s Day is right around the corner so in the next month, I will be creating Mother’s Day personalized gifts for this very important holiday!

If you’ve missed any previous crafts, check out Momondealz’s Kids Frugal Fun page.

Just a side note, I laminateas much as I can when doing crafts…it really helps to preserve them.

Remember, if you love any of my crafts, be sure to Pin them on Pinterest!

Mother’s Day Personalized Gifts-How To Make A Jewelry Holder

Materials:
Photo Frame
Cork
Thumb tacks

Directions:
1. Locate a frame that has a nice big border (will look better) and remove the glass and any picture inside.

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2.  Cut a piece of cork to fit inside the frame and insert it in, securing the back of the frame.

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3. Insert thumb tacks into the cork in various places depending on what you want to be held.  This was perfect for some of my “chunkier” pieces that take up too much space in my jewelry box!

If you’re looking for some jewelry to hang on this holder, check out the Love, Mother, Forever Silver & Crystal Expressively Yours Bracelet for only $7.99!

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