Here's the DIY breakdown.
-One frame of any size
-Cardboard or thick sturdy foam board (my frame still had the cardboard in it)
-Material of your liking
-Hooks that have screwy things at the end (such technical terms, I know)
-mesh wire (I used a floral mesh wire, but chicken wire would work as well)
My frame was already black, just the way I wanted it. But if you have a frame that you want a different color, just spray paint it.
My frame came with carboard already in it, but if yours didn't or its an old frame, etc - simply measure the size of the inside of your frame and cut the cardboard/foam to size - so if fits with a tiny bit of wiggle room, into the frame.
Lay your material our, face down and place cardboard cutout on top of it. Cut the material so it is about 1 inch larger on each side than the carboard. Making sure the material is completely flat, wrap the edges around the cardboard and secure with some hot glue.
Measure wire, so once again, it is about 1 inch larger on each side than the cardboard.
Spray paint the wire to match your frame. The hooks come in to play later, but if those don't match your frame - and you want them too, you might as well spray paint those at the same time.
Once the wire is painted and dry, lay it flat, place cardboard piece face down and wrap the edges of the wire around the cardboard. Secure with hot glue.
Place cardboard/wire piece into the frame (if there is glass in the frame, remove it) so the front shows through the front of the frame. Close back of frame.
Flip it over, smile, you're almost done!
Measure where you want your hooks to be and screw the hooks in to the frame.
Hang on wall (duh :) )
Now you're done! Easy peasy and fun way to organize your jewelry for a low cost!