Hubby had some scrap wood in the garage to use as a backing for the frames. Batting, Ya, I have lots and lots of scraps!!! With glue gun in hand it didn't take long to cover the front of the wood
Ditto for the front fabric, glue gun and scraps worked like a charm.
For just under $12.00 I purchased 7 drawer pulls from a big box home improvement store.
I just happened to have some frames in the attic but for those of you that are thrift store shoppers I bet you could find some real deals on frames, ditto on the hardware. I have a friend who opened a temporary shop at our local antique/flea market this past fall selling all sizes and shapes of these jewelry frames using door knobs, furniture hardware, drawer pulls, you name it, that she collected from estate and garage sales. BTW she made a killing in her little sop over the 3 months leading up to Christmas :)
Our big girls just love these to death, it's a fun cute way to do some organizing over the winter. Wouldn't they make great frugal Birthday gifts as well?
Being that it's already January the 2nd I will share one of my goals for 2015, it's a biggy!!! Get all of the Christmas, holiday, football food, OUT of the house!!!!!! Hubby had the nerve to bring the leftovers home from last nights "Boys in Football Games" Grrrr. Double Grrr that our Bama team lost but it was a heck of a game :)