12 Ways To Upcycle A Carved Wood Frame

I’m brainstorming and trying to figure out what I could do with the other 2 frames, I’m thinking I won’t go super traditional with the frame usage, so I took to pinterest and the web to see what other great ideas that you all have had out there. I figured while I’m at it, I’ll put together a list for y’all, with some of the best ideas I come across!
Earring Holder – Although if you have a nice frame with an ornate/carved front, I would run the nails and the string on the back of the frame, so the pretty front can shine.
Add twigs to the background for a cool, rustic art piece!
Add fabric plus a piece of glass or acrylic – add feet and use it as a tray!
Add a Mirror into the frame and affix it to the top of a table, vintage suitcases or other upcycled item to create a table top
Jewelry Organizer – Add backing, padding and satin to each frame, and then fit them into an existing cabinet/empty set of drawers
Add hooks to the inner top of the frame, and hang your keys!
Earring Holder – Although if you have a nice frame with an ornate/carved front, I would run the nails and the string on the back of the frame, so the pretty front can shine.
To see all 12 ideas, check out my website at the link below. Cheers!

Ashley Rader  {Giddy Upcycled}
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  • Irene Irene on Dec 03, 2014
    I love all of these great ideas. My favorites are the frame with the snapshots hung on it and the tray. When you get an idea for one thing it just keeps expanding. I love it when I get an idea and that leads me to think of other things too do with the one idea.

  • SindyBaron SindyBaron on Dec 22, 2014
    Why not frame the earring frame with yet another frame? That way-no strings or nails.

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