Today I want to talk about jewelry display and organizing. We all ran into or will run into this problem, which is how to properly store our jewelry, and organize them in a way that it's tasteful and everything is easy to find. I have been searching for smart ideas online for a while, and found some amazing solutions.
One article I found was all about jewelry mannequins. Never heard of that? Take a look at this. I found this image on google, and it linked me to Jeri Dansky's blog. She featured several different style of jewelry mannequins, they all look great, but this one is my favorite. If you are interested of buying it, it's on sale at Amazon.co.uk. And you can find more jewelry organizing ideas from Jeri's blog.
Here is a great earring holder design I found on Etsy. It can hold lots of earrings and display them like art. This also solves the problem with earrings with posts. I mean you can literally hang those french wires/fish hooks, lever backs or clips on anything, but not the ones with posts. This will be a great helf for lots of us. And the frame can be hang on the wall or sit on a table. Very versatile! You can find all these great frames in anneball's Etsy shop Serendipity.
And here is a very simple DIY project every girl can handle. You basically go get a nice frame from thrift shop or even yard sale. If you are not a big fan of vintage frames, you can use the modern ones, which can be easily found at art and crafts supply stores. This is so easy to make, and you will have all your pretty earrings at plain sight, no more digging for a matching earring and untangle it from all other earrings. Here is the tutorial for that.
If you are a more classy lady, and want some furniture looking displays, you probably will like this one. Great part of this one is that you can also hang your necklaces and bracelets too. You can find it here. You also can find this more modern one on their website, great for many bracelets and necklaces.
Here is another nice handmade one I found on Etsy. Its simply design and all the twisted branches and curves and spirals make it great for younger generation. And it holds tons of stuffs as well. You can find this one at Claudine's Closet.
And I love these ideas too. Found the images a while ago, but unfortunately don't remember where I found them, and they are just not showing up on my google search.