domingo, 27 de noviembre de 2011

Marco joyero

Hola a todos!
Hoy os traigo un marco que hace las veces de joyero, decora y además es super útil. Tienes todos tus pendientes a la vista y como lo he hecho con un marco viejo que he encontrado por casa el precio total ha sido 0 €! Me encantan los proyectos en los que reciclas y además no te cuestan nada. La idea no es mía, la vi por Internet pero no me guardé la web así que no puedo poner el enlace. Si doy con ella, la añadiré.
Bueno, aquí os dejo el paso a paso.

Hi all!
Today I'm showing you a frame that works as a jewelry, it decorates and it's very handy. You can see all your earrings easily and as I made it with an old frame I found at home the total price was 0 €! I love the projects that costs nothing and besides you can recycle! The idea isn't mine, I saw it in the Internet but since I didn't keep the website I can't put a link. If I bump into it,  I'll add it.
This is the how to.

Estos son los materiales, como veis son muy pocos y  se pueden tener en casa.
These are the supplies, as you can see there are  few and its likely to have them at home.

Un marco viejo.
Una grapadora.
Hilo de cáñamo.
Pintura acrílica.
An old frame
A stapler
Acrylic paint

Primer paso:
Pinta el marco del color que mejor te combine. Yo elegí Dessert Turquoise de Americana.

First step:
Paint your frame with the color that best suits you. I chose Dessert Turquoise by Americana.

A continuación enrolla tres hilos de cáñamo de forma que queden retorcidos y haz un nudo a cada lado. Haz esto tantas veces como filas quieras en tu marco. Dale la vuelta al marco y con una grapadora ve situándolos donde quieras. Mi marco no es demasiado grande así que yo hice cuatro.

Then roll three threads of twine so they stay twisted and tie a knot at each end. Make as many of these as lines you want on your frame.. Turn it down and staple them wherever you want. My frame wasn't very big so I made four of them.

Y ya está! Busca un sitio donde quede bien, cuelgalo y a colocar tus pendientes (y collares)!
Espero que os guste y que lo hagais.
Hasta pronto!

And that's it! Look for a place where it stands out, hang it and place your earrings (and necklaces)!
I hope you like it and you make it.
See you soon! 

11 comentarios:

  1. Hey! I just found your blog through the Follower Fest going on. I love what I've read so far and I'm a new follower. I can't wait to read more. Thanks for sharing!!


  2. I love the jewelry frame! I am definitely going to have to try this. Stopping by from the Followers Fest!



  3. great idea! I'm stopping by from and would love for you to stop by and checkout the new giveaways and tutorials. xoxo nicole

  4. Hey!! I came across your channel and it is just so lovely! I see you're new as well :-) Loving your work and tutorials! As I'm new, too, that would be great if you could check-out my blog, too! Plus: i'm having a little giveaway on my blog, you are very welcome to participate!
    Hugs and lots of love!
    Lucia xxx

  5. :) I've done this too! I have 2 of them hanging in my bathroom. I love them! Seriously! Great tutorial!!


  6. thank you for you kind comment and for entering my candy! Happy crafting and lots of great ideas ;-) i'll be back to check your new posts!

  7. Wow, that's amazing! Thanks for showing us how it's done! I'll have to try that!

  8. Very nice. Love the turquoise color!!! Another variation of this is to put in chicken wire in the frame.

    Thanks for sharing!!!

  9. Hi Is! I love your jewelry frame. Such a cute idea. I did my own take on a jewelry frame at my blog too.

    Thanks for stopping by and becoming a follower! I'm happy to join yours as well. It will help me keep practicing my Spanish, haha!


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