Always Sunny In June

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DIY Jewelry Organizers

on May 2, 2012

For I while I have been sick of this tacky jewelry organizer i got from Claire’s when i was younger. I hung it from the door nob to my closet and it would always scratch my closet door. Finally i looked up ways to make your own jewelry organizers. Image

This one is for necklaces. I was pretty happy when i came across this DIY project because it’s really not even a project. It’s so easy. You just get a cork board and hang stuff from it. I got mine from AC Moore. I don’t remember how much it was, but it was a pretty good price. If you want to spice it up a little, you can get colored push pins. I just got clear ones because the store didn’t have much variety.

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This next one is for earrings as you can see. Yes, those are sushi earrings. This one was pretty easy too, but requires a little bit more skill. The frame is from Target out of a set I had lying around. I bought the tulle and pom poms at AC Moore. I basically cut a white piece of paper to fit the inside of the frame and glued it to it. There is usually a white piece of paper already in there so you can use that. Then i took a long piece of tulle and folded it until there was about five layers of tulle. Then i cut the tulle to fit slightly bigger than the inside of the frame. Then i sewed on the pom poms. Next I hot glued the tulle to inside of the frame and voila! I keep all of the backs to my earrings in a box right next to my earring holder so i can wear them easily. To customize your earring holder a little more you can put colored or patterned paper on the inside of your frame. Also you can use colored tulle or pom poms. My tulle is actually a light blue, but you can’t really tell.

I haven’t really found a good way to store my bracelets yet. Right now they are crammed in a little ceramic cupcake i made at Color Me Mine. It’s really cute.

Hope you guys try this. Tell me if it turns out okay.

-Love, June

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