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Create a Lace Earring Holder

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Like all my projects, first thing you need to do is going shopping at a thrift store! I picked up the vintage wooden frame for $0.50 and a long piece of lace for $2.99. I found the lace in the drapery section of the thrift store, but you can often find them in the craft section too. For the project I also used a staple gun and pliers (which I already had at home).

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Next I cut out the lace. It doesn’t have to be exact and you actually need more than the size of the frame as you’re going to fold the lace in place to the back of the frame.

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What do you think? Easy project?

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