Proud

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Why is Morgan so proud?

What has her so excited?

The new homemade earring holder thingy she made to hang on the wall in her room.

Made with a spare picture frame, a glue gun, and scavenged ribbon! She is her mother’s daughter, after all!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on July 11, 2012  

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  1. 7-11
    10:21
    am

    How dang cute is that! love the earings also, she has a flair for the “Middle Eastern” look, very hip. That is something she could make tons of and sell!!! for a quick buck! Good Job Morgan!!!
    Sandy

  2. 7-11
    10:41
    am

    Good job, Morgan!! :shimmy: cute idea, too!

  3. 7-11
    10:47
    am

    Very nice! I also saw a nice one with a picture frame and some hexagonal chicken wire inside. I like the ribbon a lot more though.

  4. 7-11
    10:54
    am

    She almost used some screen on it, but we didn’t think of chicken wire, duh, we have some. I may mention that to her and see if she wants to try that instead!

  5. 7-11
    11:05
    am

    What a great idea.
    I must have an old frame around here somewhere. :sun:

  6. 7-11
    11:11
    am

    What fantastic creativity!!! Lovely work, Morgan!!!

  7. 7-11
    11:26
    am

    I saw something like that on Pinterest the other day. It turned out really cute! Good job, Morgan! :yes:

  8. 7-11
    1:16
    pm

    Nice!

  9. 7-11
    2:49
    pm

    I like that…useful and decorative…and inexpensive!

  10. 7-11
    5:23
    pm

    Thumbs up Morgan, great job.

  11. 7-11
    5:35
    pm

    Really cute idea, Morgan! Also, chicken wire could be spray painted or used as a stencil pattern. I’m planning on covering an old corkboard with fabric and applying ribbon in a large lattice pattern to tuck in photos, earrings, whatever – secured at the criss-cross with contrasting thumbtacks. Then to figure out something wild or crazy for the border. This is for my grandaughter, not me. lol

  12. 7-11
    8:26
    pm

    Until recently, mine was one of those round cake cooling racks that I painted to match the bathroom wall. Worked great! Redid the bathroom and my daughter in law bought me a jewelry tree to replace the rack :)

    dede

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