4 Affordable and Easy Ways to Store Your Jewelry
Whether you’ve invested in a stunning sparkler or it’s a sentimental family heirloom that’s been passed down through the generations, jewelry usually holds a lot of value, so it’s important that it’s taken care of and stored in a safe and organized way.
This doesn’t mean you have to fork out on expensive storage solutions though, as it’s easy enough to do it yourself, plus there are plenty of affordable options out there to keep your jewelry tidy and looking as new as the day you bought it.
How to Store Earrings
If you’re looking for a way to store your earrings and want something a bit more unique, why not make your own your holder using an old stand-up photo frame and a piece of burlap fabric? It couldn’t be simpler; all you need to do is remove the glass and staple or glue the fabric inside the frame. You’ll then be able to hang all your earrings conveniently, whether they’re studs or hoops.
How to Store Necklaces
Bulletin is cheap as chips and can be easily found at your local stationery shop, so why not get creative and turn one into an eye-catching jewelry display? Not only is it an inexpensive DIY, but it’s super easy too. Cover the board with fabric in your favorite color or print, then add some push pins or thumbtacks to hang your necklaces from and voila!
How to Organize Your Jewelry Drawer
Is your current jewelry storage solution a tangled mess hidden away in a drawer? Don’t worry, it couldn’t be easier to organize. Using an old bowl or mug collection to store your items is a great way to keep them tidy and tangle-free and brighten up your drawer. Mix and match, go retro or pick a more modern design; the choice is all yours.
On the Go
It can hard to keep jewelry safe and secure when traveling but an easy solution is to use old pill containers to store small pieces like rings or studs while you’re on the go. While it may not be the most stylish option, the compartments are already separated and they’re guaranteed to keep your precious items protected.
This article originally appeared on our sister site, Yours.