Thursday, April 12, 2012

96 A Simple DIY Jewelry Display

Something I don't do often enough is wear jewelry.  I never have been a jewelry crazy gal, but when I started having babies, and then watched kidlets daily for a couple of years, the number of times I actually wore jewelry in a given year could be counted on one hand.  I typically would wear stud earrings since those were easiest to keep away from little fingers, but now that my kids are older, I have been getting the urge to start branching out a bit.

The one thing I noticed however, is that I never really had a solid system for storing the jewelry I WANT to wear.  As they say, it was also out of site, out of mind.  So a little over a year ago when I created my jewelry earring display, I found myself wearing earrings more often!  Funny how that works.


So I decided to reinvent the jewelry storage/display wheel for the 17,489th time, and finally get the rest of my jewelry out of hiding.


Since I already had a great system for the earnings, I wanted something that would work in a similar fashion, and mimic what was already in place.

In fact, I removed the earrings from the original frame and reused that for my necklaces since I liked the size.  I only have a few necklaces and they are fairly basic, the easiest and simplest solution for me was to just add a cheapo piece of cork behind the decorative sheet metal.


I affixed the cork with some packing tape, and then held it all down nice and sturdy by placing a piece of cardboard to the back with the frame clips.

I also Mod Podged some wrapping paper to the matte of the frame, to freshen it up a little bit.  All of these simple steps gave me a glorified cork push pin jewelry board!



I found the super cute fabric covered push pins from See Jane Work, and keep them in a small dish near the frame to make this display versatile as I add to my collection.


The earrings were then moved to a slightly smaller photo frame, I just removed the matte to allow for more hanging space.  There is no cork behind the earrings so that they can just easily dangle.


Oh, and if you are wondering where this is in our home, it's in a corner of our dressing room, which is right off of the master bedroom. 

The ceramic egg tray holds a few rings, stud earrings and extra backs, pins and some other miscellaneous pieces.


I found the hand from Urban Outfitters, it makes a great place to hold my bracelets and pop my wedding ring while I snooze...


When I started the project, I weeded out anything I don't wish to wear any longer and placed those items in my donate bag.  Now, all that I own, is out where I can see it and nothing is tucked away.  Nothing will be forgotten and I can now give myself a little more bling when I dress each morning.  You know, because a stay at home bloggy mom should always be sporting some jewels...

Is there anything you have out of sight, therefore out of mind that you are itching to dig out and begin using?  Or feel free to share how do you display your girly gems, I would heart to know what else is working for my friends!


Pssst!  The display was working great, I just wanted to simplify the look a bit so I swapped out the metal overlay with some fabric and I love it even more!  YAY for simple updates!



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  1. I loved your earring display before...but this is even better! AND...it does my heart good to see someone else using packing tape as well! Luv that stuff. ;)

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  2. Cute idea! I am always in need of ways to store jewlery...especially for my daughter. I need a system that works for her.

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  3. I have to know where to get the egg tray and would love to know where to finf the beautiful wall paper in your dressing room.

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    1. Anthropologie sells an egg carton like this for $14. Don't know if it is the same one, but it looks very similar. Here is the link: http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/catalog/productdetail.jsp?navAction=jump&id=973774&parentid=SEARCH_RESULTS&color=010

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    2. You got it Heather, that's where I originally found it, but now they also sell them on Amazon:
      http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002DR4982/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=iheaorga-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B002DR4982

      I believe Target also sells some other colors in their stores.

      xoxo!
      Jen

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    3. The wallpaper in the dressing room is actually a stencil! Here is the scoop for you: http://iheartorganizing.blogspot.com/2011/08/we-did-it-and-how-to-stencil-wall.html

      xoxo!
      Jen

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    4. FYI - I just got a fabulous blue-green eye carton tray at Joann's for - brace yourself - $3.99! With such a great price, I had to get three!

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  4. Beautiful! I need to make one for my daughter!

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  5. I love that you have a dressing room. That is awesome. Can I ask why you have your bedroom in the basement and have a guest room upstairs by the boys? I think it's a really neat idea because it allows you a dressing room! Just curious what helped you guys make that decision. Take Care ;-)

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    1. The guest room was our master bedroom for a long while, but now that the kiddos are older, we made the decision to move it downstairs when we finished the lower level. We had a ton of spare space down there but were really limited with how it could be used {since there was only a window at the front of the house and not in the back}, so we turned half of the room into a bigger master bedroom and utilized the other half as a dreamy closet space/room for our treadmill, that we never had on the original floor.

      xoxo!
      Jen

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    2. You are very good with making amazing spaces out of what you have. My plans always include adding on and my husband quickly shoots them down. lol

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  6. Another similar and inexpensive way to display earrings is to find a large, inexpensive picture frame (hello, Salvation Army) and a swatch of lace large enough to cover the inside of the frame. You can do any combo of colors (different lace, and paint the frame). I made one for my mum for her birthday for less than five bucks!

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    1. Could you, please, post a picture?

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  7. I use frames for mine as well, but in a slightly different way, my frames have hooks in them. I love mine so much and had so much fun making them that now I sell them on Etsy.

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  8. Do you know of a good way to organize bracelets? I have a ton of them! Maybe something similar to what you did with your necklaces - I don't think it would look as pretty though!

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  9. Love the egg crate for storing the small things! I love the pretty blue too! :)

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    1. I agree & the color is awesome! reminds me of Tiffanys blue ....

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    2. I agree & the color is awesome! reminds me of Tiffanys blue ....

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  10. Very functional and cute! Love the yellow patterned border. Where did you find the ceramic blue egg tray - looks very classic!

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    1. Hello!

      The egg tray is from Anthropologie: http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/catalog/productdetail.jsp?navAction=jump&id=973774&parentid=SEARCH_RESULTS&color=045

      They also sell them on Amazon:
      http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002DR4982/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=iheaorga-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B002DR4982

      I believe Target and JoAnn also sells some other colors in their stores.

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  11. I actually just did this last week with my jewelery. I'm sporting a new short haircut, which needs some bling to make it look girly, but I kept wearing the same thing because I couldn't get to the rest. Now, a martini glass on my dresser holds my earrings and rings (posts in the cup matched with buttons, and dangles hung over the edge) and an antique key hook holds necklaces and bracelets. I'm loving it!

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  12. Where do you such adorable wrapping paper?? I am looking for some to use on the back of my living room bookcases. If you have any suggestions, do tell, pretty please :)

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    1. oops, forgot a word......Where do you such adorable wrappping paper?? :P

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    2. Hello!

      I actually just found the pretty yellow wrapping paper at Target within the last couple of weeks. LOVE it! I usually check Target, the Container Store and some great paper sources online.

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  13. Super cute! I feel the same way...if it's burried in a box, I never wear it- but if it's out on display I can grab it easily (and put it away easily). I reworked a random tree sculpture that I had lying around and it works amazingly for all of my favorite pieces.
    http://cleansmartsimple.blogspot.com/2011/11/jewelry-tree.html

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  14. Accessories make me feel extra stylish and having a way to find them, like you do, would be a big benefit. Thanks for the ideas.

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  15. Just last week I decided to organize my earrings- they were hard to find and I wasn't wearing them because I couldn't see it. I was in dollar tree and got a pencil holder similar to this one found at Walmart (http://www.walmart.com/ip/Rolodex-Distinctions-Jumbo-Metal-and-Wood-Pencil-Cup-Black/14927598) but for $1.00. I placed all my earrings around the cup and used the inside for chapstick, a small lotion and fingernail clippers. I love it. I keep it in the bathroom closet and its easy to grab in the mornings. I would love to do a picture frame later on, but with my 17 month old, this is the best and easiest way for me!

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  16. Hi Jen! My name is Kayla and I check your blog everyday! It has become my lunch break routine. LOL
    Cute jewelry organizer! :) I just wanted to share that I don't have anything as pretty as yours for my jewelry, but I happen to have a obsession with jewelry and have acquired quite a bit. I actually use inexpensive tackle boxes or bead boxes from Michaels to store necklaces, etc. It's compartmentalized, so nothing gets tangled. Hope it helps!

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  17. Love this! I recently purged and organized all my jewelry, too, which you can read about at these posts:

    earrings: http://gabrielsgoodtidings.blogspot.com/2011/04/plastic-canvas-earring-holder.html

    More earrings: http://gabrielsgoodtidings.blogspot.com/2011/08/vintage-mirror-and-lace-earring-holder.html

    Necklaces: http://gabrielsgoodtidings.blogspot.com/2011/06/picture-frame-necklace-holder.html

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  18. I love all of your jewelry displays/ organizers. Where did you find your charging station or did you make that as well? And is there a link for the metal sheet that you used to make your framed jewelry organizer? Thanks for the great ideas.

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    1. Hello!

      I found the metal sheet from Home Depot: http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1v/R-202525460/h_d2/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10053&langId=-1&keyword=decorative+metal&storeId=10051

      The charging station was a pottery barn find years ago. I have seen similar versions at Target and Bed Bath & Beyond as well.


      xoxo,
      Jen

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  19. Also where did you find that great yellow wallpaper for your project and small white ceramic bowl? ;)

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    1. Hello!

      The yellow paper is actually gift wrap I just recently found from Target. The small white dish is also from Target {in the dishes section}.

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  20. Where did you find the white organizer from? (the one that says bangles on it with your phone charger?)

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    1. It was a pottery barn find years ago. I have seen similar versions at Target and Bed Bath & Beyond as well.

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  21. Glad you did this- I had extra of the metal leftover from when I made my earring holder and now I know what to do with it! :-D

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  22. I'm going to Pin this so I don't forget but this is my next project. Thanks Jen! I love how you make pretty, functional and affordable things :)

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  23. I love that "Love" necklace! Can I ask where you purchased it? Thanks!!

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    1. Hi Kim!

      I found it on the flash sale website Hautelook.com a few weeks back.

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  24. Where did you find the metal sheet that you used for the earrings. I love it and would love to make something similar for myself.

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    1. Hello!

      I found the metal sheet from Home Depot: http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1v/R-202525460/h_d2/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10053&langId=-1&keyword=decorative+metal&storeId=10051

      xoxo,
      Jen

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  25. AFter falling in love with your earring storage, I made one and then wrestled with how to pull this off for my necklaces. Didn't even think about cork board. I ended up using metal S hooks that fit into the holes. I lo

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  26. That's fantastic for the necklaces. I love the push pins. Might have to order those myself. I am not a huge jewelry girl either and even less so if the pieces are hiding away. Looks great, girl.

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  27. Jenn this is a great idea!! May I ask if you have any earrings that have straight posts with the backs to secure them? How would you hang earrings like those without the cork behind it? Will they still stay secured?

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    1. Hi Delicia!

      I only have a couple of pairs of earrings with the post, those are in the egg crate. If you have quite a few pairs, maybe a divided tray or decorative box would be good for those.

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  28. Guess I'm going to ask you the same question as everyone else lol... Where did you find the metal sheet?? Thx!

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    1. Hello!

      I found the metal sheet from Home Depot: http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1v/R-202525460/h_d2/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10053&langId=-1&keyword=decorative+metal&storeId=10051

      xoxo,
      Jen

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  29. I love this idea! When I first found it on your blog, not only did I make two of them for myself, but my mom and sister each made one as well! (We got the metal sheet at Home Depot, btw.) To hang my necklaces and bracelets, I use silver Christmas ornament hooks that I shaped with needle-nose pliers into pretty designs. Thanks for sharing such a brilliant and lovely way to display jewelry!

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  30. I love the upgrade! And, I must get one of those egg crates. I love it!

    xoxo
    Kristin
    theocdlifestyle.blogspot.com

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  31. I feel kind of silly asking where you got your blue bead necklace, but I think I have to have it. I am so excited to make one these beautiful jewelry displays.

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    1. No need to feel silly! I think I found it at Target, but it's about 5+ years old so I don't remember for sure. So sorry!

      xoxo,
      Jen

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  32. I love this!!! I have been meaning to make on of these and couldn't find one I liked. Thank you for posting this. I am going to have to make this! <3 <3 <3

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  33. Beautiful Jewelery display! I love the colors too! I have a question, it has nothing to do with this project, but where did you get those glass pitchers with lids for your milk? I have always wanted to do that, but have not found the perfect pitcher for it. Thanks for inspiring me.

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  34. It's nice to have, you have shared nice jewelery display. it's my first time that i come to your blog and it's really nice.

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  35. To paint a wooden frame is it better to use spray paint or acrylic paint with a brush? Thanks.

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  36. Very cool!

    Jen...where in the world do you find the time and energy to do these projects?? And then take pics, edit them, and blog about it too?

    I'm a SAHM to two babes and I'm beat at the end of the day (my husband is currently deployed too, so it's all on my shoulders these days).

    I'd love to implement more of these projects, but already feel like the daily things I must do are often too much to get done.

    Any tips on finding time?
    Thanks!
    Love your blog and style!

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    1. Hi & thank you!

      Don't be too hard on yourself, I too, get sleepy! :) It's not easy being full time mommy and squeezing everything in.

      Also try and remember this is now my job. I have a few afternoons each week in which the boys are all in school which helps. And my husband is not deployed so I have a lot of help from him, we are a team and share the responsibilities.

      Lastly, the projects and blog are my personal time. I love doing it, I ensure I make time for it. It's important to me {for sanity sake really}, so have my own passion and hobby above and beyond being a mom.

      See if there are small projects you can do with your kids. Sometimes while I project or craft, they are doing their own crafts right next to me.

      xoxo!
      Jen

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    2. Thanks for helping me put things in perspective and providing some tips so that we all work on our own projects at the same time.

      Love the q-tip box idea too! My earphones are always in the bottom of my big with snack crumbs all over them. ick!

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  37. You are so brilliant!! And seeing your blog give me so much ideas to do some activities with my girls! Like the eggs tray!! I think I'm going to have them paint a carton one during April vacations, and that will be there to hold their little jewelry! They will love it!
    Thanks for being so creative and inspiring!!

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  38. love this idea! will be making me one or two or three, as soon as we are moved and settled. I totally understand about the jewelry thing and little ones. I have four children, and for YEARS it was pretty much stud earrings and rings. BUT, since I do make jewelry, and my youngest is a jr in high school, I do wear quite a bit of jewelry, and have a lot of it too. This makes a great display for my personal stash of jewelry and also a beautiful display for the stuff I want to sell.

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  39. Really love the look of this so I went to my local Home Depot today to see if I could get the sheet metal. No luck! Does anyone know where I might find decorative sheet metal in Canada?

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  40. wow!!! i love this!! spray paint that sucker gold and it'll look like its from Tory Burch! :P

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  41. der kha da tapoos bacheyaa ?
    kho zama da commanta ma deleata kawa no dera mehrabani ba de wai....



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  42. OMG! I love it! So easy, but great ideas...

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  43. Love this idea! Reminds me of a cork earring holder that I created when I was a teen. Love the way you used the layer material to cover the cork. Great job.

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    ~Regards

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  45. I am so in love with the idea of displaying jewelry. All of my necklaces sit in a jewelry box, all tangled up together. My earrings are all thrown together so it's hard to find matching ones. I would love to do something very similar to what you did and put it in my bathroom where I can easily grab whatever I want to wear without having to dig and detangle. Like you said, it's out of sight, out of mind. I would be so much happier (and would wear my jewelry more often!) if I could display it in a fashionable way. Thanks for the tips!

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  46. Great post, thanks for sharing! <3 Adding this to my ever growing list of to-dos...(;

    http://pinkscriptblog.blogspot.com/

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  47. I just did something like this - all my things were tucked away and i just wasn't wearing them. I now have all my everyday things at hand.

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  48. Great jewelry display. Love the idea of the ceramic egg tray to hold pins and brooches and other little things.

    About wearing jewelry and beeing a mom of little children...well, that's when and how my knitted necklaces were born and I strongly recommend them for mommies who want to feel stylish and confortable taking care of their babies.

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  49. Hi Jen - what size are your frames? Thanks!

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  50. I can't wait to make this for my room and add my own style to it. As always, amazing!

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  51. I recently created a home for all my jewelry too! It's so nice to be able to see everything in one place & really know what you have to choose from. I used a small bathroom cabinet I picked up from a neighbor's garage sale. Looks like it may have originally been from Target or Bed Bath & Beyond. Glass doors, a drawer, and storage shelf make it perfect. Take a peek at http://www.purseonalsonline.com/mompaperscissors/diy-2/j-is-for-jewelry-storage-a-z-blog-challenge/

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  52. I love that you have a dressing room. That is awesome. Can I ask why you have your bedroom in the basement and have a guest room upstairs by the boys? I think it's a really neat idea because it allows you a dressing room! Just curious what helped you guys make that decision.


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    1. We originally did it because we were finishing the lower level and with window placement, we were limited with how we could use the space. Our set up allowed us to add a larger bedroom with a large dressing/closet area that we couldn't have in the main level. It's working pretty great for us, but it is something that took a little getting used to for me. Our kids are five and up, so very self sufficient in the night, but we still use nightlights throughout our home and do frequent "safety" walk throughs and chats with the kids. We also have an alarm system to help notify us if windows are opened, etc... And because we are located directly below their rooms, we can hear every move they make above. xoxo!

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  53. Hi Jen,

    This is just beautiful! Especially the ceramic egg tray. I saw the tray online a few weeks ago and died over it but I had no idea what to use it for other than eggs. Thanks for the lovely photos!

    I actually just wrote a post today about reorganizing my accessories using thrift store glass bowls and family keepsakes.
    Between He and She

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  54. Hi Jen,

    I really adore your creativity. Speaking about dressing room, I was wondering how you organized your other belongings such as purses?? I have like 'gazzillion' purses and have no idea how to keep them neatly. Can you please share your brilliant idea!! Thanks gazzillion :)

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    1. Thanks for the suggestion! I will add that topic to the list. They are currently being stored on a shelf in my wardrobe, but if you google around, there are all sorts of options.

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  55. I use frames for mine as well, but in a slightly different way, my frames have hooks in them. I love mine so much and had so much fun making them that now I sell them on Etsy.

    http://www.bimoutsourcing.com/

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  56. I so love your jewelry display! I have been exploring different ways to make one that is practical yet versatile. Have seen alot that are OK but I don't truly "heart!" After seeing yours, I'm in love. Now its just a matter of locating the materials and getting to work.. Your sight is incredible and so much fun to browse. Its what my blog would look like....if I had the time.. or talent.. or creativity that you do! Keep up the great work :)

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  57. A creative way to organize your jewelry indeed!

    Freshwater Pearls

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  58. It looks lovely! Great way to organize your baubles, rings, + things. Totally inspiring DIY project :)

    ALISON | www.alisonblogz.com

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  59. hi i love your ideas, i was looking for some ideas for my new shop as i wanted something unique and different and i will be using some of ur ideas for my jewellery display...

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  60. Hi! I wanted to let you know I LOVE your entire blog.. and this jewelry display rocks!! Advice for ladies trying this at home - instead of using corkboard underneath, I just used foamboard. It comes in many colors, (Although I covered mine in fabric) and push pins go in really nicely. It also was cheaper and sturdier than the corkboard I found. (I had a hard time finding thick corkboard, all the corkboard I found was very thin - optimal for lining a drawer, etc. but not perfect for this project!) I LOVE the way mine turned out. You can really do this with any size frame, I used a poster frame and it has more space to hang the GAZILLIONS of necklaces I own. Thanks for posting!!!

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  62. FYI to anyone who has a Home Depot that doesn't sale that kind of sheet metal (sadly :-( mine doesn't) I found some aluminum tin at Hobby Lobby in the same style!

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  63. I also recently did a earing holder/organizer but still need to do one for my necklaces. This is great ideas. Love your blog!
    Claudia

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  64. I used to use small, cute bowls bought in countries to which we'd traveled. (One in each area where I frequently take earrings, etc. off... one near the door, one near the bed, one in the medicine cabinet, one in my closet.) This system worked great for me for years, but I was looking for something that didn't require me pouring out a bowl of jewelry, looking for matching earrings. I usually wear dangling earrings, so my new system is as follows. I bought clear Mini Command Hooks (purchased in bulk on Amazon) and stuck them in my medicine cabinet door, with each row alternated (like a checkers board), so that the earrings can dangle without disrupting the next row. I then labeled each row ("wood", "silver", "gold", "glass", etc.) to make it even easier to find specific earrings quickly. One medicine cabinet door can hold 50+ pairs of earrings... And I'm used totally un-tapped space! I can access oodles of earrings in an instant & hide them just by shutting the door! I did the same thing on the interior of my coat closet door near our front door for an easy last-minute earring grab... and on the interior of the door of my bedside table for those tired moments when I just don't want to get out of bed. Because the hooks are clear, the look is sleek and uncluttered.

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  65. I adore this idea. Do you have any idea where you got the fabric you used? It's beautiful and I can't find anything like it

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    1. Thank you! Here is the source for the fabric: http://www.fabric.com/ProductDetail.aspx?ProductID=429ea5a2-de0b-4bb6-865e-4018d99a1ec6

      xo!
      Jen

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  66. This is gorgeous! And the pictures are beautifully taken too!

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  67. Great jewelry displays! I really love the one from Urban Outfitters that looks like an egg tray! Thanks for sharing.

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  68. i love this idea and i totally just bought the metal grating for it! one question -- how'd you attach the grating in the frame on the right (in the last photo), which doesn't have a mat? thanks for posting!

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    1. I used the clips on the back of the frame that typically hold the glass and back in place. If it doesn't make it tight enough to hold the grate, you could just add a small amount of adhesive or glue.

      xoxo!

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