Introduction: Sunglasses Holder/Frame
I wanted a way to decorate using sunglasses... Because my daughters new bedspread had sunglasses on it. I couldn't quite find anything I loved so I came up with this!
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Gather adorable sunglasses.
The people that lived in my house prior left a bunch of old frames behind. So I had a few free ones to choose from! Remove whatever backing and also the glass contained in the frame. (I saved the glass for future projects). Paint frame your desired color. I used a purple and then added glitter!
Gather a staple gun, and some thin jewelry making wire. It's hard too see but mine is fuchsia to match the pink and purple theme.
Now here comes the staple gun! For each place the wire is bound to the frame I used three staples. Start by having about 3-4 fingers width of overlap on either aide of the frame. The first staple goes close to the outside perimeter.
Once the staple is in bend back the extra wire and staple again, but this time on the inner perimeter.
Bend that back as well and get ready for your last staple!
Staple in between existing staples and bend the wire back once more! Repeat this on the other side as well.
Here's what it looked like on my frame (you can see how ugly it was prior to painting) and for the sizing of this frame and the cute tiny kid frames I had three rows of wire.
Flip your beautiful frame around and add your glasses! Functional art!
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