Shabby Chic Jewelry Keeper
By Krylon
ITEM # 2253866P198
Print Description
Crafting Time
3-5 Hours
Skill Level
Intermediate
DESCRIPTION +

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Krylon® ColorMaster™: Watermelon, Citrus Green, Satin Leather Brown, Satin Sea Glass
  • Frame
  • Hardboard: 1/8" thick to fit frame
  • Muslin: Few inches larger than the frame
  • Chicken wire: 2-3" larger than the frame
  • Batting: Low loft, to fit hardboard
  • Buttons: 1 for each clothespin
  • Spring-loaded clothespins
  • 1 yd white embroidery floss
  • Kraft paper
  • Fabric scissors
  • Hot glue gun & glue sticks
  • White glue
  • Wire cutters
  • Masking paper & tape
  • Saw (optional)

DIRECTIONS:

1. Spray paint frame with ColorMaster™ Watermelon; repeat coats for desired coverage.
2. Measure inside of frame to determine size of board to be cut. Cut board with a saw or have it cut at hardware store.
3. Use wire cutters to cut chicken wire 2-3" larger than the hardboard. Spray paint wire with ColorMaster™ Satin Leather Brown.
4. Cut batting to size of the board, do not wrap around edges; hot glue batting in place.
5. Cover batting & board with muslin; wrap around to backside of board; hot glue in place.
6. Wrap chicken wire tightly around covered board; bend wire to lay flat against backside of board.
7. Insert covered board into frame; secure on back with hot glue in corners & around edges.
8. Cover back of frame with kraft paper & white glue.
9. Spray paint clothespins & buttons in a variety of colors; allow to dry.
10. Thread embroidery floss through holes of buttons; knot on the front side.
11. Hot glue buttons to clothespins.
12. Use clothespins to hang objects on chicken wire.

SHIPPING & RETURNS +

SHIPPING

Standard Delivery

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HASSLE-FREE RETURNS

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REVIEWS +

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Krylon® ColorMaster™: Watermelon, Citrus Green, Satin Leather Brown, Satin Sea Glass
  • Frame
  • Hardboard: 1/8" thick to fit frame
  • Muslin: Few inches larger than the frame
  • Chicken wire: 2-3" larger than the frame
  • Batting: Low loft, to fit hardboard
  • Buttons: 1 for each clothespin
  • Spring-loaded clothespins
  • 1 yd white embroidery floss
  • Kraft paper
  • Fabric scissors
  • Hot glue gun & glue sticks
  • White glue
  • Wire cutters
  • Masking paper & tape
  • Saw (optional)

DIRECTIONS:

1. Spray paint frame with ColorMaster™ Watermelon; repeat coats for desired coverage.
2. Measure inside of frame to determine size of board to be cut. Cut board with a saw or have it cut at hardware store.
3. Use wire cutters to cut chicken wire 2-3" larger than the hardboard. Spray paint wire with ColorMaster™ Satin Leather Brown.
4. Cut batting to size of the board, do not wrap around edges; hot glue batting in place.
5. Cover batting & board with muslin; wrap around to backside of board; hot glue in place.
6. Wrap chicken wire tightly around covered board; bend wire to lay flat against backside of board.
7. Insert covered board into frame; secure on back with hot glue in corners & around edges.
8. Cover back of frame with kraft paper & white glue.
9. Spray paint clothespins & buttons in a variety of colors; allow to dry.
10. Thread embroidery floss through holes of buttons; knot on the front side.
11. Hot glue buttons to clothespins.
12. Use clothespins to hang objects on chicken wire.