Hey Y’all! Is anyone still out there? It’s been a hot minute!
My site has been unreachable for the last almost 2 weeks & I am beyond excited that it’s back up!!!
In the meantime, I’ve been working on all sorts of crafts & starting some big, new projects. I made these chicken wire frames to bring up the the store last week & never realized how easy they were to make! I thought they might be fun for some dorm room decorating. I’ll totally be making more for around the house soon though!
All you’ll need is chicken wire (found at the hardware or feed store), some empty frames (stash or thrift store), a staple gun, wire cutters & spray paints.
Start by measuring out the wire & cut it around the frame. Spray paint the frame & the chicken wire (if desired). Then use a staple gun to attach the chicken wire to the back of the frame.
Carefully, use wire cutters to remove excess around the edges.
That’s it! Now add cute clothespins & attach your fave photo, a go-to recipe or sweet cards from friends. Use it for reminders, business cards, etc. Possibilities are endless. This would make a creative jewelry holder too!
I love it so much, I did a second frame in white & gold. I LOVE the gold chicken wire y’all!
Print the supply list & tutorial below!
- chicken wire
- empty frame
- wire cutters
- staple gun
- spray paint(s)
- clothespins for pinning
- Measure out chicken wire & cut to size- a little larger than the frame is always good.
- Spray paint the frame & the cut piece of chicken wire.
- Once dry, use a staple gun to attach the chicken wire to the back of the frame.
- Use wire cutters to trim the excess.
- Add clothespins & attach your favorite memories!
Don’t Forget to Pin it for Later! —>