Did you have an earring tree when you were younger? I did. It was in the shape of a butterfly and I thought it was SOOOO cool. Especially when I was able to finally start putting dangly earrings on it.
My niece got her ears pierces recently, so for Christmas I bought her an incredibly cute outfit and found a pair of earrings (in blue, her favorite color) to match. I then remembered said tree and decided to find her one. Well guess what? Apparantely that is near impossible. I couldn’t find one anywhere. So I took to my head and came up with this:
An Embroidery Hoop Earring Tree.
Now you can make this as plain or as blinged out as you want. I made this one pretty plain because I was just trying to see if it would even work. So happy it did.
I hope she enjoys displaying her earrings on her wall for all to see!
I think this is pretty self-explanatory, but choose a fabric and some ribbon, stretch over your hoop, fasten, cut the extra fabric away and hot glue the edges down in the back. Add a little ribbon hook and hang on your little girls wall!
(Last step is to glue the ribbon down, but this is how the back looks).
About Kim Conner
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