Looking for more ways to organize my jewelry! Suggestions?

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This is a great hack if you’re looking to keep your jewelry organized, especially when you’re in a rush. The search for missing earring #2 is finally over! My next mission is find a way to keep my necklaces from getting tangled. I’m looking for an easy diy hack to keep them neat! (Preferably using something around the house) What can I do?

Thanks in advance!
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  • Lce9006672 Lce9006672 on Jan 20, 2017
    I use Icecube Trays from the Dollarstore....work perfect !!!!!!
  • Sharon Larson Wilson Sharon Larson Wilson on Jan 20, 2017
    Use a 1/4 inch piece of plywood, whatever size you need, paint it, screw small cup holders into it and hang it up. make sure you arrange it zig zag for more area usage.

  • Barbara Baldwin Barbara Baldwin on Jan 20, 2017
    I use silverware organizers
  • Sel15934982 Sel15934982 on Jan 20, 2017
    I bought a weekly pill container, a large one for elderly people to us. This is a wonderful way to store earrings, but could be used for chains etc.
  • Melissa Melissa on Jan 20, 2017
    I got the idea from a sister in law who took cool picture frames and put chicken wire where the glass would go - you can hang all your hook earrings and even small chains from this . If you add a few hooks to the sides or bottom you can hang necklaces or bracelets (even spare keys) and it can be hung on wall (not over a heat register) or if choose a deep enough frame can be set on the dresser.?
  • Darlene Sanders Darlene Sanders on Jan 20, 2017
    I took a double picture frame - 8x10 took the glass out of it and nailed the plastic mesh on back and stored my earrings on it and set it on my dresser. You can hang your hook earrings and also put your stud earrings on there and put the backs on them. All you have to do is close it and you have your earrings handy when traveling or moving.
  • Lora Lora on Jan 20, 2017
    I used clear top push pins to hang my necklaces. Cheap easy and something I had on hand. I put them on the back of the closet door.
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    • Karin Zimmermann Karin Zimmermann on Jan 22, 2017
      I found some old floor trim (or any pieces of thin wood), cut it to lengths, painted it, screwed it to the wall and then put in pushpins at marked intervals...was able to hang my earrings on them, also necklaces and anything else dangly....super easy.
  • Sal3170064 Sal3170064 on Jan 21, 2017
    Get a frame, take out glass, take the back board and add wadding cover thiswith velvet or other materials, staple the back. Add ribbon and open designed lace going across the width, staple tight. Put back back in frame hang. You now have some were to hang your necklaces, open catches of necklace to hang on ribbon. Brooches can be pinned on padded back, hanging earrings hang from lace. If you have studs, then put in a small jewellery bag and hang on ribbon.
    You can also take a small wooden cultery draw, add cup hooks to top then hang on wall. You could line sections first with decorative papers.
  • Sal3170064 Sal3170064 on Jan 21, 2017
    I also use a standing mug holder for my rings.
  • Vivian Vivian on Jan 21, 2017
    I use an old tie rack for necklaces. Long and narrow it takes little space but holds lots of necklaces. It hangs opposite my bathroom mirror so I can easily grab a finishing touch when my makeup is complete.
  • Cary Hammerstrom McCown Cary Hammerstrom McCown on Jan 21, 2017
    I put a spring loaded drapery hanger (light weight) in my closet. Hangs about 30 necklaces.
  • Sal3170064 Sal3170064 on Jan 22, 2017
    My daughter takes a wooden clothes hanger covers it in wadding, then velvet, then she adds a button each end. The button stops necklaces falling off the velvet stops any slipping. Then fix to wall, or a handle on a wardrobe.
  • Jeanne Martin Jeanne Martin on Jan 23, 2017
    I use one of those hand towel stands. It's about 12"-15" tall and the actual towel bar is open on one end (on front and back) so you can just slip you necklace right onto it. Not sure if this makes sense but if you were looking straight down at it (from above) the little towel bar makes an S. So you can use the front bar as well as the back bar. Got it at Goodwill for a couple of dollars. Works for bracelets as well. I like it because you don't have to open and close the necklace to put it on the bar. Just slip it over the end.
  • C Crow C Crow on Jan 24, 2017
    For years I used one of these wooden, expanding mug racks that I found at a thrift shop. It hung on the wall adjacent to my closet and a full-length mirror. If you hang it at a slight angle the pegs will be offset to hold more necklaces freely.
  • Bernice H Bernice H on Jan 27, 2017
    Try 'search' on Hometalk for lots of ideas! I used a window screen..bathroom size,hung it on a wall,for earrings. Posted a picture. I used one of those S towel holders for necklaces ,before we moved,now there is no place for it.....so I got lots of small command hooks to put on the back of my closet door. I need to find a handy place for my earrings on the screen tho. Not many accommodating walls in this little house! Hope all these suggestions from everyone help...let us know what you do.
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    • Bernice H Bernice H on Feb 18, 2017
      Thanks...I also need an idea for all the stud type of earrings...I have so many,and don't wear hardly any because they are not displayed.
  • MMQFAIRY MMQFAIRY on Feb 06, 2017
    I bought a large resin deer head on sale after Christmas. I hang all my long necklaces on the antlers.
  • Mary Gendron Mary Gendron on Feb 06, 2017
    Here's an easy idea. Put your sets- earings, necklace, bracelet in a baggie. Each set is by itself and less likely to tangle. Then put it all in a nice box or tray. I have a satin cloth traveling bag for my jewelry. Now no more tangles. I just grab the bag and go. Or add what i want for the trip. Actually I use it most of the time, don't bother with a jewelry box.
    • Leah Deverett Leah Deverett on Feb 07, 2017
      That's really great. I like the easy "travel" option! And definitely keeps it all organized. Thanks Mary!
  • Karen Reilly Karen Reilly on Feb 12, 2017
    How about using magnetite spice tins for jewelry if there is a window even better.
  • Charlotte Charlotte on Feb 12, 2017
    My mother had a group of women using egg cartons and someone important? told them not to use them as they carry bacteria so they used something else. Do not remember what they used since it has been a long time ago. I would not take a chance using the egg cartons. It is your choice and you opinion whether you use them or not. Just wanted to let everyone know.
    • Jodie Jodie on Feb 14, 2017
      Ice cube trays will hold earrings, rings , each cube space per set or ring. For necklaces a friend of mine put cork board in small wood frames then used small picture hooks to hang the necklaces on.
  • Cheryl Cheryl on Feb 13, 2017
    I took a picture frame and streched cloth netting on the back and tacked it down. Hung it up in my walk in closet. The earrings are easily hung through the netting in pairs so you never have to be without one again. For my granddaughter I painted a frame pink and used pink netting. If you want you can glue small dowels for bracelets and necklaces.
  • Meme Hess Meme Hess on Feb 25, 2017
    I use a tie rack to hang necklaces
    • Sonja Nyberg Sonja Nyberg on Feb 26, 2017
      Not sure if this is the same thing, but I use a twirl-a-tie for my necklaces, you can order them from Amazon for a couple of dollars. I added a shower rod into my closet to hang them from and have them sorted by colors. I have a lot of necklaces... they work for long and short, and also bracelets too!
  • Bev21254750 Bev21254750 on Mar 27, 2017
    This made a good place to hang my necklaces and bracelets!

  • Freddi Freddi on Mar 28, 2017
    Get some long ribbon ,2to3 inches wide, hang you earrings on them .hang them over your window curtain. It makes your room look like a jewel case.
  • Nonna Nonna on Apr 20, 2017
    I use a colored square of burlap that I hotglued over a hanger to put my pierced and hooked earrings on. I can see them all at a glance. Then I use a tie rack for necklaces and hang them off a shelf of my closet. All organized, visible and off the small counter and furniture spaces I have.
  • Roanne Roanne on Apr 26, 2017
    I took a bobbin holder I bought from The Container Store, which is made to fit onto a sewing machine table, and screwed it into my walk-in closet wall. I now hang all my necklaces on the 30 hooks, sorted by color, and can easily coordinate with the outfit I choose to wear from my closet.
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