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Jewelry Organization System

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As I mentioned in my post last week, my hobbies, while relaxing sometimes result in organizational mayhem!!!   Not only do the supplies need to be stored (see last weeks post on Craft Room), but also the end-products.   Anyhow, I wanted to share a low-cost jewelry organization system I had to create the year I learned how to make the necklaces & earrings so that they could be easily seen every morning…… 

To organize earrings:  Take metal strands (can be found at a home improvement store in the hardware section), bent the ends and inserted them into the drywall;  hang earrings

To organize necklaces: Hammer nails into drywall or wood surface; hang necklaces

If you have any tips or suggestions for how to store your jewelry I’d love to hear them.

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2 Responses to Jewelry Organization System

  1. Ilene Drexler of The Organizing Wiz October 28, 2008 at 9:54 pm #

    I often use the clear plastic compartment boxes sold by The Container Store to organize jewelry. They are inexpensive, easy to see through & very space efficient (especially for earrings)
    Many of my clients don’t have enough free wall space to use the approach you suggested, though if they did, it would be a great solution. Expensive real estate here in Manhattan:)

  2. allison carter October 28, 2008 at 3:40 pm #

    Just talked with a client about this today.
    Take a picture frame, big or small. Take out the glass and the back. Replace with screen (like window screen)or burlap. Then you can hang earrings in it – both dangle and studs.
    The frame can sit on a dresser if small, or hung on a chain if large.
    If large, keep studs near the edges for easy removal of back.
    This is also fun because you can pick a frame that matches your style.

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