18 of the Most Clever Ways to Organize Your Jewelry
No need to dig through tangled chains and matchless earrings. These bloggers have come up with some cute, creative ways to store and display your jewelry.
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Don’t hide your prettiest china away in a cupboard—use cute teacups to proudly display your necklaces and bracelets. Bonus points if you color coordinate your baubles with its home. Head over to Paige Smith to get the details. (Related: How to use a teacup to upgrade a basic bouquet.)
Break the mold
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Give every piece a place by stashing your baubles in individual pots, like Jell-O molds. Hunt for some at your local thrift store for a vintage take, and check out Paisley Wallpaper to find out more.
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Upcycle that driftwood from your last beach trip into a cool display for your necklaces. With a rustic look like this, mismatched knobs look charming, not sloppy. Find the full instructions at Visibly Moved.
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Hang your necklaces proudly with this clever clothesline storage idea. Check out A Pair & A Spare to learn how to make your own. (Related: Check out these other surprising uses for clothespins around your house.)
Piece of cake
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No need to save a gorgeous cake stand for birthdays and celebrations. Use one to stash earrings and bracelets. Buy one at the store, or make your own with pretty plates. Click here to find out how Sarah Ortega made this one. (Related: Don’t miss these fashion upgrades that make you look expensive.)
This adorable cactus ring holder is easy to make and looks cute to boot. Learn how to make your own at Revamperate.
Off the chain
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Constantly digging around for your earrings’ mates? For a cheap solution, turn a chain into a handy organizer. Head over to Cleverly Inspired for full instructions.
Cute as a cupcake
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You’ve got a genius storage container hiding in your kitchen. Pop earrings and broaches into the hollows of a muffin tin to keep them in individual spots. Visit Paige Smith for more information. (Check out these surprising uses for cupcake liners.)