This sunglasses holder DIY video should’ve been posted a while ago, but I’ve been increasingly distracted! If you’ve got way too many shades lying around (like I did), then this is the perfect solution, and it looks great. You don’t need much to finish this project, just some old picture frames and something to use as a brace to hold up your sunglasses.

Truth be told I snagged my picture frames from Hobby Lobby (I love that place) for around $0.75-$1.50/each (plus tax). They happened to be in the ‘super-duper-clearance’ section, and I thought I could find some use out of them, which I did. It’s a good idea to keep an eye out for raw materials, that’s what I do. My brain is also constantly thinking of ways to use the random stuff I come across, ‘so I got that goin’ for me.’

Caddyshack? Anyone? Okay, well then, without further ado, let’s grab some old picture frames and get to work!

What do you think? The spray paint is completely optional since you can use the frame(s) as is. Get creative, though; wrap them in ribbon, cover them with paper mache, or do whatever you’d like! Once you’re done just hang them up on a wall with whatever sunglasses you have, and you’re all set.

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If you would like to know more about the PVC drywall beads I used for the brace in the middle of the picture frames, please see ‘Materials’ list below.

Materials:
PVC Drywall Beads