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DIY Jewelry Organizer

Updated on May 16, 2016
Learn how to make your own jewelry organizer with these great ideas and tutorials!
Learn how to make your own jewelry organizer with these great ideas and tutorials!

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My jewelry box is a mess.

My dangle earrings get tangled, up with my bracelets. My necklaces have merged together into one massive avant garde jewelry piece. I can never find the pieces I want when I want them or make pairs for my earrings. It's awful.

It's so awful I don't even use my jewelry box anymore. It just sits there on my dresser looking pretty (on the outside). As a result I have lost or misplaced most of my jewelry because instead of putting it away I leave it in the medicine cabinet, or on top of my dresser, or on my desk. My jewelry is homeless.

When I was in college, despite the fact that every three months I had to move, I NEVER lost any of my jewelry and I didn't even have a jewelry box! How could this be??? I had a nifty little "S" (for Sam) jewelry organizer from Claire's that I could hang anywhere I wanted in my dorm room. The "S" had a grid panel to hook earrings and pins. Then underneath were a bunch of tiny little hooks where I could hand my bracelets and necklaces. It worked perfectly.

Then when I graduated I wanted something more "sophisticated" because, you know, I was like a "grown-up" now or something--so I tossed my "S" jewelry organizer and opted for a jewelry box.

Now that I'm moving to someplace that my little family is finally ready to lay some roots in I want to do things differently. No more jewelry box tangle monsters, no more orphan earrings, I want organization, I want order--I want to wear earrings again without sitting and crying for 5 minutes because I can't find the ones I want (my husband would really appreciate that last one too haha).

So, here is my journey to find the perfect jewelry organizer(s) and instructions on how you can make your very own! Many of these ideas are interchangeable and can easily be customized and adjusted according to the materials you'd like to use or have available to you. So be creative and design something perfect for you!

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Bend hanger into desired shape.  Wide shapes will be harder to pull stockings over unless you have a large sized stocking.Pull stocking over hanger.Fasten stocking and trim off excess.Hot glue excess over fastener.Leave as is or decorate.  I decided to leave it as it was.
Bend hanger into desired shape.  Wide shapes will be harder to pull stockings over unless you have a large sized stocking.
Bend hanger into desired shape. Wide shapes will be harder to pull stockings over unless you have a large sized stocking.
Pull stocking over hanger.
Pull stocking over hanger.
Fasten stocking and trim off excess.
Fasten stocking and trim off excess.
Hot glue excess over fastener.
Hot glue excess over fastener.
Leave as is or decorate.  I decided to leave it as it was.
Leave as is or decorate. I decided to leave it as it was.

Alternative Ideas

Here are some other ways you can use wire hangers to make a jewelry organizer.

  • Wrap wire around a bent wire hanger shape to create bars to hang earrings and necklaces from.
  • Attach safety pins to wire hanger and hook necklaces, bracelets, and even earrings on to them.
  • Bend a wire shape, trace on felt fabric or some other material, cut out shape and hot glue on to hanger.
  • Glue rows of lace on to wire hanger shapes.

Wire Hanger Jewelry Organizer

This method is very similar to how I make my wire hanger fairy wings. It works best for people with lots of earrings and pins.

Materials

  • Wire Hanger
  • Unwanted pair of stockings
  • Scissors
  • Duct Tape or rubber band
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Pliers (for bending or just use your hands)
  • (optional) Ribbons
  • (optional) Paper Clips
  • (optional) Paint and Glitter


Instructions

  1. Bend your wire hanger into the shape you want, or leave it in its hanger shape, but making it another shape will give you more space to hang jewelry. Try to decide the shape you want before bending so your hanger doesn't get all lumpy from re-bending.
  2. Cut leg of stocking off and pull over hanger, bringing it to the hook. Adjust lumps if needed.
  3. Secure stocking at base of hook with tape or rubber band. Cut off excess stocking, leaving just a little extra, then hot glue the extra part over the tape or rubber band to hide it.
  4. Wrap and hot glue excess stocking or ribbon around the hook if you desire.
  5. Hook paper clips at the bottom of the piece and bend into hooks if desired.
  6. Leave as is or embellish with paint, ribbons, and decorations.

Jewelry stand made from gift boxes, fabric, and cardboard.
Jewelry stand made from gift boxes, fabric, and cardboard. | Source

Cardboard Gift Box Jewelry Stand

I had a couple of cute little gift boxes my mom handed off to me. I don't make many things that could fit in the little boxes, so they've been sitting around. I've seen quite a few jewelry organizers that use compartments to keep things organized, so I put together this cute organizer.

Materials

  • Cardboard
  • Giftboxes
  • Scissors
  • Fabric
  • Hot Glue
  • Cardstock
  • Pushpins

Instructions

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This project could be done with cork board. Since I didn't have any, but DID have an abundance of cardboard I decided to use cardboard.  I started by cutting pieces that would fit inside each box.  I cut two pieces per box.I glued the two pieces of cardboard together by hot gluing down the edges.  I didn't want to glue in the middle because it would make it difficult to put in pushpins.  After, that I cut fabric to cover the cardboard.I added hot glue along the sides of the cardboard and pulled the fabric tight (without stretching it out) before pressing it down.  Your cardboard pieces should be smooth and flat when you're done.Once all my cardboard pieces were done I hot glued along the sides of the boxes.I pushed the cardboard into the boxes, but didn't push it back all the way.  Even though the cardboard is reinforced, I wanted a little extra space just in case the pins poked through the cardboard.After the cardboard pieces were done I cut cardstock for the lids, which I wanted to use as shelves.Carefully I glued down fabric on to the card stock the same way I did to the cardboard.When the card stock pieces were done I added hot glue to the lid.Then I pressed the card stock pieces down.To start assembling the piece I added glue to the side of the box with the cardboard......and added glue along the side of the lid/shelf before pressing the box inside the lid.When all the small parts were assembled I hot glued the sides of the pieces and pushed them together.Here's the finished stand before I added the pushpins and jewelry.  I'm really happy with how it turned out :)  Finished piece can either be hung on the wall or sit on a dresser.
This project could be done with cork board. Since I didn't have any, but DID have an abundance of cardboard I decided to use cardboard.  I started by cutting pieces that would fit inside each box.  I cut two pieces per box.
This project could be done with cork board. Since I didn't have any, but DID have an abundance of cardboard I decided to use cardboard. I started by cutting pieces that would fit inside each box. I cut two pieces per box.
I glued the two pieces of cardboard together by hot gluing down the edges.  I didn't want to glue in the middle because it would make it difficult to put in pushpins.  After, that I cut fabric to cover the cardboard.
I glued the two pieces of cardboard together by hot gluing down the edges. I didn't want to glue in the middle because it would make it difficult to put in pushpins. After, that I cut fabric to cover the cardboard.
I added hot glue along the sides of the cardboard and pulled the fabric tight (without stretching it out) before pressing it down.
I added hot glue along the sides of the cardboard and pulled the fabric tight (without stretching it out) before pressing it down.
Your cardboard pieces should be smooth and flat when you're done.
Your cardboard pieces should be smooth and flat when you're done.
Once all my cardboard pieces were done I hot glued along the sides of the boxes.
Once all my cardboard pieces were done I hot glued along the sides of the boxes.
I pushed the cardboard into the boxes, but didn't push it back all the way.  Even though the cardboard is reinforced, I wanted a little extra space just in case the pins poked through the cardboard.
I pushed the cardboard into the boxes, but didn't push it back all the way. Even though the cardboard is reinforced, I wanted a little extra space just in case the pins poked through the cardboard.
After the cardboard pieces were done I cut cardstock for the lids, which I wanted to use as shelves.
After the cardboard pieces were done I cut cardstock for the lids, which I wanted to use as shelves.
Carefully I glued down fabric on to the card stock the same way I did to the cardboard.
Carefully I glued down fabric on to the card stock the same way I did to the cardboard.
When the card stock pieces were done I added hot glue to the lid.
When the card stock pieces were done I added hot glue to the lid.
Then I pressed the card stock pieces down.
Then I pressed the card stock pieces down.
To start assembling the piece I added glue to the side of the box with the cardboard...
To start assembling the piece I added glue to the side of the box with the cardboard...
...and added glue along the side of the lid/shelf before pressing the box inside the lid.
...and added glue along the side of the lid/shelf before pressing the box inside the lid.
When all the small parts were assembled I hot glued the sides of the pieces and pushed them together.
When all the small parts were assembled I hot glued the sides of the pieces and pushed them together.
Here's the finished stand before I added the pushpins and jewelry.  I'm really happy with how it turned out :)  Finished piece can either be hung on the wall or sit on a dresser.
Here's the finished stand before I added the pushpins and jewelry. I'm really happy with how it turned out :) Finished piece can either be hung on the wall or sit on a dresser.

Box Using Paper Template

Paper Jewelry Organizer

You can create a compartment jewelry box or organizer by folding origami or folded paper boxes and using those exactly as the gift boxes above were used.

The nice thing about this is you can make your paper boxes any size you need them to be and decorate them exactly as you want them to look; either by buying paper in a print you want, drawing a design you want, or printing designs you want.

Check out my Hub on Free Printable Templates to find box templates to use if you don't want to do origami. I also have a very simple box template up there that you may edit to create the size and dimensions you need.

Cover boxes in diamond glaze when pieced together to give it a glossy finish and make it more durable.

Picture Frame Jewelry Organizer - using a lacey or knitted fabric over cardboard pieces allows you to dangle jewelry off fabric, push pins in to hang necklaces and bracelets, and push in stud earrings and pins.
Picture Frame Jewelry Organizer - using a lacey or knitted fabric over cardboard pieces allows you to dangle jewelry off fabric, push pins in to hang necklaces and bracelets, and push in stud earrings and pins. | Source

Picture Frame Jewelry Organizer

If you've been looking for new ways to organize your jewelry, you've no doubt come across the many variations of the large picture frame on the wall with pins, wire bars, or lace fabric to hang jewelry from.

I didn't have a large picture frame to use (nor a reason to hang anything on the wall, since I'm moving), but I did have a small picture frame my husband and I received as a gift for our wedding and never added a picture to (we've yet to print ANY pictures).

So here's my take on the picture frame organizer.

Materials

  • Picture frame
  • Cardboard or cork board
  • Hot glue
  • Knitted fabric
  • Scissors
  • Push pins

Instructions

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The picture frame I used.I removed the back, glass, and thin cardboard slip from the frame and cut out two cardboard pieces.I hot glued the edges of the cardboard and pressed them together to create a pushpin board.Next I cut a slip of scrap knitted fabric to fit around the edges of the cardboard.Using hot glue I snugly glued down the fabric to the cardboard.This is what the cardboard piece looked like when I was finished.I put the cardboard piece into the picture frame and fastened it in without putting the back on.Picture frame organizer, all done and ready for use!
The picture frame I used.
The picture frame I used.
I removed the back, glass, and thin cardboard slip from the frame and cut out two cardboard pieces.
I removed the back, glass, and thin cardboard slip from the frame and cut out two cardboard pieces.
I hot glued the edges of the cardboard and pressed them together to create a pushpin board.
I hot glued the edges of the cardboard and pressed them together to create a pushpin board.
Next I cut a slip of scrap knitted fabric to fit around the edges of the cardboard.
Next I cut a slip of scrap knitted fabric to fit around the edges of the cardboard.
Using hot glue I snugly glued down the fabric to the cardboard.
Using hot glue I snugly glued down the fabric to the cardboard.
This is what the cardboard piece looked like when I was finished.
This is what the cardboard piece looked like when I was finished.
I put the cardboard piece into the picture frame and fastened it in without putting the back on.
I put the cardboard piece into the picture frame and fastened it in without putting the back on.
Picture frame organizer, all done and ready for use!
Picture frame organizer, all done and ready for use!

Paper Towel Roll Jewelry Stand

I was so excited to try out this paper towel roll stand that I was saving rolls before I even decided to make this Hub...

Then when I sat down to actually work on it I discovered my husband threw them all away! Argh! One of the most frustrating things about using recycled materials is that everyone thinks it's trash until you've finished putting it together.

Anyway, I thought this was such a neat project I had to share it, so here's a great video tutorial on how to put it together.

Customizable design for portable jewelry organizer.
Customizable design for portable jewelry organizer. | Source
Completed panels.
Completed panels.
Panels with flaps
Panels with flaps
Closed side flaps on crocheted travel jewelry organizer.
Closed side flaps on crocheted travel jewelry organizer. | Source
Closed front flap on handmade portable jewelry tote.
Closed front flap on handmade portable jewelry tote. | Source
Felt fabric for pockets
Felt fabric for pockets
Sewn pocket.
Sewn pocket.
Pockets attached to organizer.
Pockets attached to organizer.
Crocheted pockets can be stitched on directly to panels.
Crocheted pockets can be stitched on directly to panels.
Crocheted pocket before being sewn down.
Crocheted pocket before being sewn down.
Sewn down crocheted pocket with compartments.
Sewn down crocheted pocket with compartments.
Felt tabs.
Felt tabs.
Necklace tabs sewn on.
Necklace tabs sewn on.
Crochet chain on panel to create a necklace loop.
Crochet chain on panel to create a necklace loop.
Finished crocheted necklace loop.
Finished crocheted necklace loop.
Crocheted ring band.
Crocheted ring band.
Ring band sewn down with button.
Ring band sewn down with button.
Finished crocheted portable jewelry organizer.
Finished crocheted portable jewelry organizer. | Source

Crocheted Jewelry Portable Organizer

Here is a pattern for a travel jewelry organizer that you can carry around with you. If you're more of a knitter or prefer sewing, I'm sure you can knit or sew one as well. You just need to create the compartments and make sure everything is even so it folds nicely.

This is an extremely simple design that can be embellished or changed any way you want. You can also alter the pockets and extra parts according to your preference. If you have many necklaces, you may want to include more necklace loops. If you have more earrings or bracelets you'll probably want more pockets. If you don't wear rings there is no reason to include a ring strap. if you're concerned about the safety of your pieces use zippers to secure buttons instead of buttons. If you're not so worried that things will fall out, skip the buttons and side flaps.

My design is really just a guide to help you create your perfect customized piece.


Pattern

Hook US H8/5.00mm
Yarn 4 Medium


Panels

Ch 31

1. HDC in second chain from the hook, finish row, Ch1 and turn. (30)

2 - 13. HDC in each stitch across, ch 1 and turn. (30)

14. HDC in each stitch across, ch 2 and turn. (30)

You've finished the first panel, it won't be seen at all when the pouch is closed. You can change colours if you want for the second panel or just continue.

If it helps you decide if you want to change the colour or not, the second panel will be seen in the front of the closed organizer and the panel the large flap buttons to.

15. DC in each stitch across, ch 1 and turn. (30)

16 - 29. HDC in each stitch across, ch 1 and turn. (30)

30. HDC in each stitch across, ch 2 and turn. (30)

31. DC in each stitch across, ch 1 and turn. (30)

You've finished the second panel, now to move on to the third.

The third panel will be seen in the back and will be where the side flaps button to. So decide if you want to change the colour or not.

32 - 45. HDC in each stitch across, ch 1 and turn. (30)

46. HDC in each stitch across (30)

That is the third panel. Ch 2 and turn to continue working on the big flap, or fasten off and switch colours if desired.


Big Flap

1. DC in each stitch across, ch 1 and turn. (30)

2 - 4. HDC in each stitch across, ch1 and turn. (30)

5. HDC-2-TOG, HDC 26, HDC-2-TOG, ch1 and turn. (28)

6. HDC-2-TOG, HDC 24, HDC-2-TOG, ch 1 and turn. (26)

7. SC 12, ch 2 and skip next two stitches, SC 12, ch1 and turn (24) (this is to create a buttonhole)

8. HDC-2-TOG, HDC-2-TOG, HDC 18, HDC-2-TOG, HDC-2-TOG, ch1 and turn (22)

9. HDC-2-TOG, HDC 18, HDC-2-TOG, ch 1 and turn. (20)

10. HDC across and fasten off.

Sew one button on the back of the second panel for the big flap to fasten to.


Side Flaps
1. Start at base of first DC row in the second panel and DC 16 down the side, ending at the base of the second DC row. Ch 1 and turn. (16)

2 - 3. HDC down the row. Ch 1 and turn. (16)

4. SC 7 stitches, ch 2, skip next two stitches, SC 7 stitches, turn. (14) (This creates a buttonhole skip this step if you are not using buttons.)

5. HDC down row, turn. (15)

6. HDC down turn, turn and fasten off. (14)

Repeat on other side.

Sew two buttons on the back of the third panel for the side flaps to button into.


Weave in ends and add a border if you desire.


Adding Pockets

Sewn Pockets
If you have small pieces that you are scared might snap on the crocheted material or slip through it, like little stud earrings, it might be better to make pockets out of fabric instead.

Felt fabric is really easy to work with and goes well with crocheted pieces (I use it a lot to add details to my crocheted hats).

To make pockets I cut my pockets out double the size, then folded them in half and sewed the pockets sides down. Then I sewed the pockets on to the piece.

I sewed the pockets facing inwardly to make sure nothing slips out the sides (even though there are already side flaps to prevent that from happening).

I decided not to add buttons because I think the pockets will be safe enough without them, but you can add buttons, snaps, zippers, or whatever else you like. You can also decorate and embellish your pockets to make them really pretty. You could even label your pockets so you know what goes where. Since this was just an experimental prototype/demo I just kept things simple.


Crocheted Pockets

Crocheting pockets on is another way to add pockets if you want to. I crocheted directly on to my piece and crocheted a panel that was a little shorter than the panel it was attached to.

Then I sewed down the sides and created compartments by stitch where I wanted the pockets to be divided.

Again I positioned my pockets inward to keep stuff safe. I also did not add buttons again, but you can do whatever you want.


Necklace Tabs

You can fasten your necklaces to these loops to keep them from getting tangled. Again you can either use fabric, or crochet them on.

To sew them on I cut little slips of fabric then stitched the loops on to the sides of the panel.

For my crocheted loops I just chained 10 stitches on to the panel, slip stitched, fastened off, and weaved in my ends.

If you have necklaces that don't fasten you can use velcro strips or buttons to enable your tabs to open. Or you can sew the center of a ribbon down to the panel with the tails out, so you can tie the necklaces in. Be creative. :)


Ring Band

You can slide rings or anything circular on to this. It can be a fabric band but in this case, I crocheted a band.

Here's the pattern I used:

Ch 27

1. SC in second loop from the hook and finish row, Ch1 and turn. (26)

2. SC across, ch 1 and turn. (26)

3. SC 2, ch 2, SC the rest of the row, ch 1 and turn. (24) (This is the buttonhole)

4. SC across, fasten off and weave in ends. (26)

Sew the end of the button on to the panel and sew on a button.



Design and customize your portable organizer however you like! You can add designs, decorations, straps, and who knows what else! As I was working on this I realized the design could be altered to make a cute purse or wallet too, so have fun experimenting and altering the pattern to create new things!

If there is anything you have a question about please let me know in the comments.

Fabric Bin Jewelry Box

When I came across this tutorial for DIY Fabric Storage Bins, I knew I wanted to do something similar for this Hub. Unfortunately, due to the craziness of moving this project will have to wait until I'm all settled in my new home. However, I did come across a very nice video tutorial on how to make fabric storage boxes which I posted to the right.

I think the video was done so well the only thing I'd want to add is how to make compartments to keep things sorted and organized.

So here's a quicky tutorial on how you can make compartments for any box of any size (or shape if you want to try it out!). This is actually how my mom stores her Christmas ornaments, so this can serve many different purposes.


DIY Storage Box Compartments

Cut a stack of cardboard (or some other sturdy paper or plastic) slips.  Cut some the length of the box and some the width.  It may help to sketch out your box and how many compartments you want so you can determine how many slips you'll need.
Cut a stack of cardboard (or some other sturdy paper or plastic) slips. Cut some the length of the box and some the width. It may help to sketch out your box and how many compartments you want so you can determine how many slips you'll need.
Cut slits halfway up the slips.  Varying the distance the slits are cut will change the size of the compartment.  Refer to your sketches for help or freestyle--but make sure all the cuts are the same on the slips going in the same direction.
Cut slits halfway up the slips. Varying the distance the slits are cut will change the size of the compartment. Refer to your sketches for help or freestyle--but make sure all the cuts are the same on the slips going in the same direction.
Piece compartments together by sliding the slits together.  Make sure all of the cuts on your slips line up with the rest in the row or you may get confused.
Piece compartments together by sliding the slits together. Make sure all of the cuts on your slips line up with the rest in the row or you may get confused.
Continue until your compartments are complete and slide into your box.  I completely freestyled the cutting for this and as you can see it results in wobbly compartments.  For crisp clean compartments make exact cuts and use a ruler.
Continue until your compartments are complete and slide into your box. I completely freestyled the cutting for this and as you can see it results in wobbly compartments. For crisp clean compartments make exact cuts and use a ruler.
Lamp Jewelry Stand - Dress up a boring lamp with your jewelry or convert an old lamp into a jewelry stand by simply hanging your pieces off of it.
Lamp Jewelry Stand - Dress up a boring lamp with your jewelry or convert an old lamp into a jewelry stand by simply hanging your pieces off of it. | Source

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Other Jewelry Organizers

Here are some jewelry organizing ideas that didn't make it on this Hub but I thought were worth mentioning:

- Tree Branch Jewelry Organizer - It's exactly as it sounds. Get a tree branch from outside with lots of little twigs on it, stick it in a vase, hang jewelry from twigs. Dress your branch by painting, spray painting, or yarn bombing it.

- Shower Curtain Hook Jewelry Organizer - Hang shower curtain hooks on tension rods or bars and hang individual jewelry pieces on each hook.

- Cheese Grater Jewelry Stand - if you have an old metal cheese grater (the ones with four-sides) or come across one at a thrift store or yard sale, you can re-purpose it into a jewelry stand for earrings. Just stand it up and hook your earrings on to the grate!

- Egg Carton Jewelry Box - Personally I think this looks best with the cardboard egg cartons. Decorate an egg carton however you like and use the individual egg compartments to sort your jewelry.

- Cork Board Jewelry Organizer - Use thumbtacks on a cork board to sort and organize your jewelry.

- Wooden Hanger Jewelry Organizer - screw small hooks on to a wooden hanger and hang jewelry from them.

- Hooks, Nails, & Lace - Anything you can add hooks, nails, or drape to can be turned into a jewelry stand or organizer. You could even sort your jewelry directly on your wall.

- Craft Boxes - Craft stores sell lots of little wooden boxes you can customize. Use them and the ideas I've posted here to customize your own jewelry box.

- Toy Jewelry Stand - Take plastic toys or figurines and paint or spray paint them. Then hang jewelry from them. Add hooks if necessary.

- Amigurumi Box - You can crochet jewelry boxes which are pretty cute, but my favorite kind of crocheted jewelry boxes are ones that look like dolls or animals. You could create a character for each type of jewelry!

- Ice Tray - This idea comes from Icbenefield. Sort earrings and pins in separate ice compartments in an ice tray and stack them. Putting individual pieces in their own space makes it easy to find them later! Thanks, Icbenefield!


For more inspiration and project ideas check out my board on Jewelry Organizers. Not all of the pins I've posted are specifically for jewelry, but have at least inspired me to come up with ideas I can create jewelry organizers.

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      lcbenefield 4 years ago from Georgia

      I really enjoyed reading this. There are some really great ideas in here. I use ice cube trays stacked inside a dresser drawer for my earrings and pins and pendants. I put only one item or pair in each compartment and this makes finding what I want easy and quick. I use a cork board for necklaces and bracelets. I can't wait to try the crocheted jewelry pouch. Thanks for sharing this.

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      Samantha Harris 4 years ago from New York

      Wow the ice tray is such a great idea! I'm going to have to add it to my list of other options. Thanks!

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      Suzanne Ridgeway 4 years ago from Dublin, Ireland

      Hi Sam,

      WOW, another awesome hub here, you have really found your style! I loved all of these, hence I ticked other as i would love to try them all!! LOl

      I am a mega jewelry nut and love creative handmade jewelry which I have bought all over my travels never mind what I have made. My gear is in serious need of organizing better as I have so much that I love to keep out as opposed to in drawers.Great job again here!

      Loving your dividers and pics, your opener is stunning and love the formatting. All the votes, shared and pinned!!

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      Samantha Harris 4 years ago from New York

      Thanks so much! There are a couple more project ideas I wanted to try out but they will have to wait for a later time. I used to collect and make jewelry too but since I started moving and losing everything I've just stopped (plus my son loves to pull on dangle earrings--OW!). Now that I've found some ways to keep things together and neat though, I might start making (and buying lol) stuff again.

      Thank you so much for your support and encouragement, it's greatly appreciated :)

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      torrilynn 3 years ago

      awesome hub. thanks for showing how to make your own jewelry and jewelry organizer. definitely worth the read. voted up and pinned.

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