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Having a large jewelry collection is nice to have for dressing up or just everyday wear. However, it is easy to get necklaces and earrings tangled or lose track of other accessories. This is a guide about organizing jewelry.
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By 5 found this helpful
November 7, 2012

I have found that old cosmetics containers (that have been cleaned out) are great to store jewelry in for a weekend trip. It's also a great way to recycle!

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By 8 found this helpful
May 6, 2010

Use ice cube trays to organize jewelry. A few trays will fit nicely into your bureau drawer, and you can use the divided compartments to keep earrings together and to separate small-chain necklaces.

By NatashaLee from New England

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By 1 found this helpful
February 3, 2007

Tips to help you organize your jewelry. Post your ideas.

Tie Racks and Color Coordination

Finally, my jewelry is organized and easy to see. I purchased 2 tie-matic men's tie holders on ebay to hang my necklaces. I use one for silver and misc., and one for gold. No hassles finding what I want, no untangling, and I wear my old jewelry that I had forgotten. I did the same with earrings in 2 plastic compartment organizers, one for silver and colors, one for gold.
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By Brenda from St. Cloud, MN

Linen Calendars

I use the reverse side of linen calendars to hold my earrings and pins. All of them fit on one calendar, It is easy to put them on because of the loose weave and they look pretty hanging on my bathroom wall. I use an expanding wooden cup rack for my necklaces and they also look pretty hanging on the wall.

By Nancy

Small Plastic Bags

To keep my jewelry organized, I got some small plastic re-sealable bags at the craft store. Each set (necklace and matching earrings or ring or bracelet) is stored in a separate bag. The bags were pretty cheap and this way I don't have to search for all the parts of a set and the necklaces don't get tangled together. It also keeps the sterling silver pieces untarnished longer since they aren't exposed to air as much.
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By Camilla

Toothbrush Holder

I hang the earrings I wear the most on a pretty toothbrush holder. It looks elegant and the French hangers fit perfectly in the toothbrush holder holes. When I am in a rush, I don't search for an earring!

By Sandy

Suction Cup Hooks

I bought various sized hooks that are affixed to suction cups and placed them all around the perimeter of my bathroom mirror. I hook all my hair doodads and necklaces, etc. on the hooks and have them quickly at hand for dressing.

By Suzanne S.

Plastic Trays and a Tie Rack

For earrings, I found, at my local dollar store, plastic trays with hinged lids that have roughly 24 compartments. The walls of each compartment extend all the way to the lid of the tray, so if the tray is accidentally turned upside down, items stay within their respective compartments instead of becoming a jumbled mess. These trays usually have a label on them that calls them "craft organizers" or something similar. Initially, I was placing one pair of earrings in each compartment, but each one is roomy enough for several pairs of earrings. At the same dollar store, I also found a smaller version of the bigger tray with just 5 compartments, and I use this size for my jewelry when traveling. Both sizes of these trays work great for both earrings and rings.
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For necklaces, I bought an inexpensive men's tie rack (under 5 dollars at Lowe's or Home Depot) and placed it on my closet wall where I hang my necklaces and bracelets on the hooks of the rack. I have finally solved my jewelry organizing problem, and I did it pretty cheaply! Hope this helps someone else too!

Tori

Using Egg Cartons

For a quick earring or pin holder, cut the top off a foam egg carton and place the bottom half in a dresser drawer (you can fill an entire empty drawer with the bottom of the foam cartons).

Each of the egg dividers becomes a sturdy holder for earrings or a special pin.

By Joyce

Picture Frame and Thumbtacks

I have an old empty gold picture frame with black foam board. I put clear thumbtacks and "frame" my pins and earrings. It is so pretty. By steffi

Tackle Box

To organize jewelry I use a tackle box with dividers, works pretty good.

By Julie

Traveling With Chain Necklaces

This isn't really an organizing tip but the best tip I ever saw for traveling with chain necklaces is to put the unhooked chain through a drinking straw (which you can cut if you need it to be smaller) and hook it after you've threaded it. You won't have tangled chains when you reach your destination.

By Luvyabye

Jar with a Cork Top

I use a spaghetti jar with a cork top. Take small hooks like the coffee cup hooks (but smaller) and place them upside down in the jar and hang jewelry. Keeps the jewelry clean and you can see what is the jar. Long necklaces can be hung with smaller ones with no problem.

By Dgrams

Coat Hooks and Picture Frames

Two things:

A board with coat hooks on it is great for necklaces. Just attach to your wall.

For earrings, I use old picture frames with plastic window screening stapled to the back. For french hooks, you can hang the picture frame directly on your wall. For posts, alas, you have to prop it up on your dresser, because you need to get to the back of the frame to get the back of the earring.

By Kathy K.

Wire Coat Hanger

I love earrings and have a great selection of the hook type ones. I have a dressing table with a wardrobe next to it. On the side if the wardrobe I have hung a wire coat hanger. I have a pretty piece of lace, that was part of a curtain originally, that I have attached to the coat hanger and I then hang the earrings all over the lace and they are easy to see, don't get tangled and I can pick out the ones I want quickly when at my dressing table.

By Maggie

Ice Cube Trays

I use Ice Trays to store my earrings in. They stack very nicely. In the top one I place all of the gold earrings, the second ones has the silver earrings, the third one I sort by colors 1/2 with colored stones and 1/2 with other colored stones. The backs are always easy to find and if I have room left over I create a pocket just for extra backs. Each tray holds 12 pair so they are stacked and easy to locate without having to go through your jewelry box each morning.

By Connie A. from Tennessee

Cloth Diaper

Cloth baby diapers hung up on a wall by the top two corners, makes a excellent pierced earring holder. If decoration is wanted you could tie-dye the diaper before hanging it up.

By evlevo85

Bathroom Jewelry Shelf

I have a wicker 3-tiered shelf in my bathroom; i attached paper clips to the side of the shelf; i hang my necklaces on the paper clips. I keep my silver earrings in a ceramic box; my pins in an antique powder box, pearl-like earrings in another ceramic box with a top; i have a small ceramic basket which sits on my bathroom vanity top that holds the earrings i wear on a daily basis; larger necklaces are placed on a standing cup holder (for mugs). Bracelets are kept in another antique powder box.

Paint Roller

I use a new paint roller for bracelets. I just put the bracelet on it (holds several) and it stays nice with no kinks and easy to find.

By Peggy

Ice Cube Trays

Need a way to store earrings in your jewelry drawer but don't want to pay the high price they ask for the earring trays? Do what I did: I bought (3 for $1.00 at the dollar store) stacking ice cube trays. For only $1.00, I got enough storage for 36 pairs of earrings (even more pairs actually since you can put 2 or 3 smaller-size pairs in each cube if you want) for a lot less than the $10 or $15 they want for the earring tray that only holds about 8 pairs! (The few pairs of earrings I have that stick up a ways out of the cube I put in the top tray.)

By Lynn from Calif. from Chico, CA

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January 7, 2016

My roomie bought some dresses for her grand babies at Costco. They come with this wonderful hook she was about to recycle. I scooped it up and now use it for jewelry.

closeup of necklace on hook

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By 5 found this helpful
December 8, 2015

Weekday pill organizers like the one pictured can be used to plan what earrings will be worn on which day of the week. Bobby pins fit also fit in this particular one, and rings as well.

Pill Organizers for Jewelry

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June 30, 20093 found this helpful

I reused an old curio cabinet as a jewelry box! I simply add hooks at the top of each shelf section for necklaces and bracelets. Then I found some cute wooden boxes at various yard sales, for less than a dollar, to hold my watches, rings, etc.

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By 5 found this helpful
July 7, 2012

I was looking for a way of keeping earrings and necklaces un-cluttered when not having an earring stand. I took two metal cooler racks (the kind you use in the kitchen) hung them on the wall with Command Hooks (one in each corner at the top) and hung my earrings on them in staggered rows.

Earrings on rack.

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By 1 found this helpful
November 6, 2009

I save all those tiny little baggies that buttons come in on new clothes and keep my earring paired up and my jewelry separated in my jewelry box. They keep chains and hooks from getting tangled up, and help keep the box neat and well organized.

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By 3 found this helpful
June 17, 2012

Take a small extension rod that will fit snugly between two moldings on the wall. Use S hooks to hang costume jewelry over the rods. I have 5 rods with various widths in between them to hang the different lengths, as well as bracelets.

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June 11, 2015

I hang all my jewelry from hooks. Certain earrings go with the necklace. When I have the hook kind, I slip it into the chain or just use a small opened paperclip to hang them both together.

Pair Necklaces with Earrings

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By 2 found this helpful
November 6, 2011

I bought two boxes in the tool section of Wal-Mart that hold screws and nails. They come in different sizes, number of drawers they have, and size of drawers. I store all my earrings, rings, anklets, and bracelets in these.

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By 0 found this helpful
March 21, 2008

I bought large size embroidery hoops, 2 scarves (or a nice piece of material cut in half = for 2).

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August 17, 20170 found this helpful

Keep the chains on your pendant necklaces from getting tangled by storing them inside a drinking straw. This is a guide about storing your necklaces inside a straw.

Straw Pendant Necklace Holder

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February 18, 20170 found this helpful

Kitchen mug racks are also very useful for hanging your jewelry. This is a guide about use a mug rack hanger as a jewelry holder.

Mug Rack

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June 20, 20160 found this helpful

This is a guide about organizing bracelets. Make these accessories easy to find by displaying them in a creative ways.

Unorganized pile of gold bracelets on a white surface

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December 18, 20120 found this helpful

This guide is about organizing necklaces. There are ways to keep your jewelry untangled and easy to find.

Organizing Necklaces

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By 0 found this helpful
October 21, 2011

I have found that using a piece of plastic canvas to store earrings keeps them organized, together, and visible. I cut a doorknob hanger shape into the plastic canvas and hang my earrings on the inside of the bedroom door.

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October 18, 20110 found this helpful

This is a guide about organizing earrings. Earrings come in almost every imaginable shape and size. It is no wonder they can be difficult to store with getting to be disorganized.

Many Pairs of Earrings Spread out

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July 6, 2011

I have my own business making jewelry. There are times when some of my findings will spill over onto the floor or work surface. To make clean up a breeze, I use magnets to pick up all the findings and put them back in the regular spot.

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October 10, 20050 found this helpful

If you're a sales rep. for Avon, or some other jewelry company. The items you get for show or for very cheaply yourself. Keep all the boxes, even if you wear some of the items. Keep them in their original boxes. This will keep them from getting scratched up in your jewelry box or where ever.

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By 0 found this helpful
November 6, 2006

I would like to organize my jewelry in a drawer of my dresser. Are there any ideas on how to do that in do-it-yourself way? I do not want to buy the jewelry box, as I like to have everything out of the way.

Thanks,
Lalo

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November 7, 20060 found this helpful

Would an egg carton work??? Try that out!

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November 7, 20060 found this helpful

I have lots of little decorative boxes - & I segregate the jewlery according to type - one box for earrings, one for bracelets, one for pins - and then, of course - one that has everyday stuff I wear all the time....

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November 7, 20060 found this helpful

If you have an entire drawer to use, I would try those drawer organizers they have out for socks and underwear. You should be able to get them at Bed, Bath and Beyond. I don't think they are too expensive especially if you just need one.

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November 7, 20060 found this helpful

Organize necklaces by length, then color, if space permits, because sometimes a certain length is required.

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By guest (Guest Post)
November 7, 20060 found this helpful

Egg cartons or ice cube trays work great. So do desk organizers or silverware trays. Lots of these can be found at thrift stores for very little.

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By guest (Guest Post)
November 7, 20060 found this helpful

Hi,

I did the same thing myself. I used various sized boxes in the shallow top drawer of my dresse, including jewelry box drawers and those plastic formed trays that candy comes in. I am very happy with the outcome.

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By guest (Guest Post)
November 7, 20060 found this helpful

I use a hardware organizer. I think it was about $5 from Target. It works great. Remove the lid. You can hang the hanging earrings from the dividers and put rings in the boxes.

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By guest (Guest Post)
November 8, 20060 found this helpful

Try to follow me on this:

I was given a large new wonderful desk when I worked years ago, from my mother, with a matching lateral file drawer single credenza. I placed both in my long narrow bedroom, used the extra smoothe file drawer for all my personal items that won't fit anywhere else!

Both are in mahogany looking dark walnut, now worn a lot, but still in use. I moved the credenza next to the bed, added a tall narrow mahogany framed mirror to lean between the credenza top and the wall.

Beside each end of the mirror I placed near-matching

boxed jewelry "wardrobes" from Walmart, I'm sure,

and got a special look, as if an antique piece of furniture from another time!

So, inside the top drawer I have discovered that it's deep enough for a cheap molded glass single stem

VASE...for, guess what? My bangle bracelets and

costume watches! Works so very well, easy to see

them and get them off the neck of the vase as needed. I chose a vase that is thicker glass and wide at the base. They are about .50 in a garage sale, but most folks have a few on a shelf somewhere! Mine is clear, but I'd use colored glass if I had it, too.

Glossy new shoe boxes make excellent rolled sock

containers in the same top drawer as the jewelry.

Between the boxes I keep things like new foam shoe inserts/liners, new panty hose, hair barrettes/clips, and I place safety pins of each size in whatever lucite dividers I have left to use in the lucite boxes of jewelry.

Beside them I found and use the lucite boxes with dividers and lids for small jewelry pins/ odd earrings/ misc. pendants of little value. (I was robbed of all things of any value about 15 years ago!) In the jewelry boxes on TOP, I hang beads,

and odd necklaces/sets of costume jewelry. It really works well for me, even though I am more homebound now that my car is in need of repair!

Since the drawers are so deep in the credenza, and the moving mechanism intended for heavy files, it's a JOY to be able to place heavier stacks inside them.

I use ALL sorts of containers for ALL sorts of things

in EVERY drawer, closet, and on every shelf not so easy to see. It not only keeps things straight, but

makes good sense! God bless you as you work. : )

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November 8, 20060 found this helpful

A small clear box with dividers can be found in Walmart. They sell them as tackle boxes so you will find them with the fishing rods. I have also seen the same box in the craft department to be used to store beads. Each section is large enough to place a pair of earrings, a ring, or a small watch. They have lids so you could stack them on top of each other if needed. They are fairly inexpensive.

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By guest (Guest Post)
November 8, 20060 found this helpful

What about using a silverware insert. You can divide them up by color or type and stack them with no problem, maybe even label the end with a tag sticking out so you can easily find which one you want.

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By guest (Guest Post)
November 8, 20060 found this helpful

For those that buy the Intuition Razor refills, the empty containers work great! I seperate by colors or it keeps sets together wonderfully!

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By guest (Guest Post)
July 30, 20070 found this helpful

i use ice cube trays for my earrings, necklaces

and then a plastic drawer (could use a shoebox lid?) for my bracelets, bigger necklaces/chokers

my friend hangs chicken wire inside her hall closet doors to hang her big earrings on. it's super cute.

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By 0 found this helpful
October 12, 2009

I need help organizing my jewelry. Yes, I am an earring addict. Now I have three dresser drawers consumed by my jewelry and I need the space in my dresser; we have a really small house and space is so limited.

I can't find jewelry boxes or jewelry organizers, even the kind that hang on the wall, to hold my stuff. I also have a lot of necklaces. Any jewelry box I've ever seen has a lot of space for rings, but I hardly have any rings. They don't even have half the space I need for earrings and necklaces and bracelets.

Does anyone have any suggestions, please. I've tried tackle boxes, but maybe I haven't found the right brand yet. I'm also aware that my bracelets collection is being enlarged. Any good ideas out there? Thank you.

By metroplex from Houston, TX

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October 12, 20090 found this helpful

I also have a ton of earrings and have had the same problem with where to keep them all. But I just came up with a great solution! I got an old window shutter from a thrift store for $5 (new ones can cost $20 - $30+), spray painted it black (but you can use whatever color your heart desires), and hung it on my bedroom wall upside down (with the slats pointing up instead of down). I just hook my earrings right onto the slats of the shutter! It works GREAT, and looks really cool! :) You can even decorate the shutter more if you want to, by painting designs or gluing fun little do-dads around the edges. But I think the earrings are enough decoration all on their own. Have fun! :D

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October 13, 20090 found this helpful

Maybe a piece of window screen? Possibly in a frame or over a rod or hanger. Hang it on the wall and just poke the backs through the openings in the screen. Good way to decorate the walls and increase your storage space too, I think.

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October 13, 20090 found this helpful

A great way to hang your earrings, especially if they are posts, is to just hang up a sheet of plastic canvas. It already has holes, and they are good sized, so it's easy to put the earrings in, whether posts or hanging. Also, I have used one of those folding cup holders, and also a tie rack, to hang necklaces and bracelets on.

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October 13, 20090 found this helpful

I had the same problem with chains & bracelets, so I just bought some small cup hooks & attached them to a wooden coat hanger. As I'm renting, I attached the hanger to the wall with removable hooks. I can see what I have without the tangles now. You can use hooks for your rings as well, even if you only have a few. You can paint, or cover/wrap the hanger/s with ribbon, etc. to 'pretty it up'.

If you have studs, you can find heaps of containers in craft shops for separating small beads. These will keep your studs separate & easy to see.

I like the idea of canvas, however I'd use a cross stitch canvas & put it inside a picture frame. The size would depend on the number or studs you need to hang. You can also buy pretty colours of the cross stitch canvas ..with varying sizes of holes. You could even decorate the frame & the wooden hanger to match or you could use the wooden picture frame to screw the cup hooks into, and have all your jewelery together. I think I might use this idea for myself now that I've thought of it! :-))

I find that I wear more of my jewelery now that it's so much easier to see. Have fun. Wendy

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October 14, 20090 found this helpful

A Chinese restaurant near me has bracelets displayed for sale near the cash register. They have them slid over a rod that is hung on the wall.To get one off they lift an end then put it back down when finished.

My alt to that idea is 2 medium size cup hooks spaced accordingly to hold rod or in my case, a piece of bamboo I took from off a $1 place mat. This leaves me a lot more bamboo rods which I now have 4 uses for!

towel rack (once in bathroom)

espresso cup holder (2 times in my kitchen)

& the jewelry.

Not only are you using less cup hooks,you are making less holes in your apartment wall! That has to be a plus in the eyes of someone lol The towel holder can be replaced someday when I have extra bucks! (or not!) ;)

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October 14, 20090 found this helpful

buddyzmama :: I like the window screen idea - it could be secured into a picture frame & (also) propped up on the dresser or atop a chest, OR use an actual screen window -- for shabby chic the old wood framed ones

artygirl :: I like that idea too!

I have a roll of cork out in my shop

but a less expensive place is (again) the everything a dollar type places.

If not cork then the 1/4" foam.I got some recently for $1 that are shaped like puzzle pieces - I believe it was at Michaels.

and what about mini suction cups with hooks used often for sun catchers? If you have pretty glass beads they might look pretty shown off in the window catching the light!

Another idea I have seen recently is to get a cool looking branchy twig from outside - one with lots of twigs & either set it in a favorite bottle with sand or rice to steady it & hang a few things on it

or mount the bottom of the stick in a little play dough (which will harden) or a cup of pebbles in a clear jar or vase.

I'm sure there are more ways to stabilize the twig.

like paper mache' or you could even fix it on a wall & hang items that way! How about marbels to set the twig in or the little round scented pearler balls? How exciting!LOL (this is my 3rd or 4th edit! Your question got me thinking! Thanks!)

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October 15, 20090 found this helpful

I buy the embroidery thread boxes with the dividers in them. I can see through the top and the compartments can be as large or small as needed. They are stacked on a shelf in my room. I just look through the top to find the earrings, necklace, bracelet, and watch I want to wear.

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February 22, 20100 found this helpful

I have a cheap and simple way to keep your earrings and rings; ice trays! Imagine how many ice trays you can fit in your top dresser drawer, and we all know these can be stacked very easily! Could also be used with craft supplies, office supplies even in the shop for nuts and bolts. :)

By firewife from TN

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February 22, 20100 found this helpful

Ice cube tray come in so many colors now. I use ice cube trays to store my necklaces or earrings. I put a pair in each section. This way they keep neat so I can find the pairs. The trays also stack neatly together.

By Diane

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Organizing With Ice Cube Trays

I have done the same sort of thing with pill sorters, ike you can get pill containers for like each day of the week. I put a pair of earrings in each one and close the flap, this works well with my children and helps them be organized and keep track of them. (02/11/2005)

By wendy

Organzing Small Things

Old ice cube trays make great organizers. You can store all kinds of small items in them like screws, nuts, bolts, washers, small nails, etc. in them.. It helps you to always know where they are.

By Robin (03/24/2005)

By ThriftyFun

Organizing With Ice Cube Trays

They work great for earrings and desk items like paperclips, pushpins, rubber bands, etc. Also for crafts like beads and googly eyes. (03/24/2005)

By suzi homemaker

Organizing With Ice Cube Trays

We save the peanut butter plastic jars and use them for the nails in one, screws and bolts in one and so on. Have them lined up in my tool box and can see what is in each. I save the smaller size mustard jars and clean them good. When I fry bacon i save the grease in these and store in refg. Then when we want gravy or need to add a little to something we are cooking it is there and ready. (03/25/2005)

By Dgrams

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January 8, 20100 found this helpful

To organize your jewelry so you can find it and not have tangles or lost pieces, store it in ice trays or egg cartons. They can be stacked in your closet or spread out to view if you keep it or plan to sell it at a yard sale.

Source: my bright idea!

By Anna

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Ice Cube Trays for Jewelry

Love it. I am going to grab 2 of my pile of saved egg cartons (I knew they would come in handy although my husband begged me to get rid of them), and paint in bright colors with two paints I came across while cleaning up the other day. (04/02/2008)

By melanie

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November 6, 20090 found this helpful

To keep my jewelry box organized, I cut plastic canvas to the dimensions of my box. I can stack several layers on top of each other, one for earrings, one for pins, etc. I have a glass bottle with a wide cork lid which has cup hooks screwed into it. It makes a lovely place to hang my necklaces and bracelets.

By Jacqui

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October 12, 20090 found this helpful

To keep my jewelry neat and tangle-free and also where I can see everything at a glance, I hung a bulletin board in my closet. Using the push pins for the board as hangers, I hang all my necklaces and bracelets on them. My pins will hang on their own by gently pushing the pin part into the cork at an angle. Now it's much easier to decide what beads to wear with each clothing item.

By Debbie

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