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Top 10 Ways To Store Jewelry

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Top 10 Ways To Store Jewelry

Don’t you just hate when your favorite earrings get lost because you don’t have a safe place to put them and they get scattered all over your purses, make up boxes and the toilet cabinets. That is not how you should store and take care of your jewelry. Jewelry are very fragile things,often times small and valuable, that is why we have some of the best ways to store them and keep them safe and sound. And why not showing off your jewelry while keeping them safe at the same time? There are many ways to store jewelry, it all depends of the space you have and the effort you are ready to put in. Keep your precious jewelry safe and untangled with these simple storing ideas that will beautify your home. What do you think?

1. Make a Jewelry Tree

Top 10 Ways To Store Jewelry

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It is so simple, the only thing you need is a big branch, some stones and a glass bottle. In the glass bottle put the stone/sand and the branch. On the branch place the jewelry and put the vase on your dresser or on your table.

2. Picture Frame Jewelry Store

Top 10 Ways To Store Jewelry

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It’s so simple and easy to make. Just get the back part of the frame, using a hammer and some thumbtacks place wires that go from the one end of the frame to the other. Hang  your earrings on the wires and that’s it.

3. Martini Glass

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If you are not the DIY-person, then do this simple storing hack. Place your earrings at the edges of a glass. No more messy, tangled earrings. If you don’t have a glass then get your old coffee mug and use it this way.

4. Hinged

Top 10 Ways To Store Jewelry

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If you like to make this vertical display to hang your jewelry then you will need: Two wooden blocks, some hooks, hinges and spray paint. Start with spray painting the wood. Attach the hinges. Start drilling holes fr the hooks and put the hooks in the wood.

5. Tie rack

Top 10 Ways To Store Jewelry

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Let your jewelry hang in your closet on the tie racks. By hanging your jewelry you prevent tangling and ripping. So make some space on the tie rack and hang your necklaces, earrings and bracelets.

6. Plastic Trays

Top 10 Ways To Store Jewelry

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These kind of plastic trays are perfect for storing smaller jewelry like earrings, rings, small bracelets. You can put the earrings separably or in a one  compartment. Make sure you get an transparent one, so you will be able to see what is in the compartments, and that is how you will wear jewelry more often because they are easy at reach.

7. Burlap

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Get some picture frames and paint them so they look fresh(optional). Paint the burlap and stuck it on the cork board. Wait until the paint is completely dry and then you can easily hang jewelry without them falling down. If you want to spice things up, get a shaped stencil and paint it on the burlap.

8. Driftwood Hanger

Top 10 Ways To Store Jewelry

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Make this rustic looking jewelry hanger with little effort. First, choose a wood and decorate it. make stripes, dots, whatever you prefer. Choose the flatter side of the wood and hang picture hangers. At the other side of the wood hang hooks for the jewelry to hang on.

9. Clothing Hanger

Top 10 Ways To Store Jewelry

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Grab your old coat hangers (make sure they are wooden). On the inner side attach hooks for the jewelry to hang and then place the hanger on your wall. This is one of the best ways not to tangle your jewelry and keep them visual.

10. Grater

Top 10 Ways To Store Jewelry

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Be an open minded person, see beyond the rustiness. Do you have an old grater? Good. You will only need a spray paint. Paint the grater, let it dry out for couple of hours and then hang your jewelry inside the holes. Creative!



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