Saturday, 14 July 2012

How To: DIY Ear Studs Storage Organizer


I love collecting earrings especially studs.  I used to store my disorganized cluster of ear studs in a box.  If your ear studs aren't organized, you won't be able to find the pair you're looking for when you need it.  That's not cool, because usually if I can't find what I'm looking for, I will pull my hair with smoke coming out of my ears.Smiley  In order to save my hair and time, I came up with this awesome way to store and organize ear studs.

I used plastic storage cabinet with multiple small drawers to store and organize ear studs without getting mixed up or even worse LOST!  It's also great for storing cocktail rings.  I love how it turned out, so I wanted to share with you all.


Are you ready?  Let's Rock 'N' Roll!Smiley
What you will need:
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  • Plastic storage cabinet with multiple small drawers
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  • Swarovski Crystals or Rhinestones
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  • Foam Paper Sheets
  • A pair of Scissors (for cutting and trimming)
  • Double-sided Tape (for holding the Crystals/Rhinestones in place)
  • Ribbon (Any colour)
  • Felt Paper (Any colour)
Etc:
  • Measuring Tape
Instructions:
Outer part of the drawer

  • The ribbon should be neatly wrapped around the drawer on all four sides.  Stick the ribbon around the drawer by using double-sided tape.  Remember!  Do not use glue as it will mess up the whole look of the ribbon.

 
  • Bling out the drawer front with Swarovski Crystals or Rhinestones.  Use double-sided tape to stick and place the Crystals/Rhinestones anywhere you desire it to be.

Inner part of the drawer
  • Using the fabric measuring tape, measure the inside (width & length) of the tray and write down the measurement.
  • Mark out the measurements on the foam paper sheet and felt paper using marker or pen and cut papers out.
  • Roll the foam paper sheet cut-out, wrap it in a piece of felt paper and tape the end in place with double-sided tape.  Repeat this for the rest of rollers.

Place the rollers side by side in the drawer like so:

Voila!  You can use it to store and organize all your treasures now.Happy

Girl blowing kiss

Have Fun!


30 comments:

  1. Very nice and well-done!

    Lau

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    New Follower.

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    thanks!!

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    Candace

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  7. Oh my God! This is so awesome! Sometimes I wonder why I can't come up with this stuff myself! This is a great way to organize not only stud earrings, but earrings in general! I tend to just throw mine in my jewelry box which is horrible because then they get tangled up with other stuff or it takes longer to find what I want in a hurry! Thanks for the great tips!

    I am also your newest follower. Feel free to follow back!

    Best Wishes!

    Mia at The Muses Circle

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  8. Hi Mia, Thank you so much for the follow. I followed your blog & twitter too. Glad that you like my DIY! Keep in Touch!

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  9. I'm a new follower of yours, I found you on Beautylish. (:
    I think this is such an awesome DIY. I love that you gave the steps and images on what to do. Great post!

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    1. Hi ChrissyAi, Thank you so much for the follow. I followed your blog. Your blog is Awesome too. Love the way you do your nails. Keep in Touch!

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  10. Found you via a blog hop today.
    This is such a cute idea and so practical! Look at the huge amount of storage! I still don't have a jewelry box because I usually think they offer enough space for 3 pairs of earrings and a ring, but take up heaps of space. This would be a million times better, well done.

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    1. Hi, thanks for stopping by. I've checked out your blog. Love all your DIY.
      Keep in Touch!

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  11. Thanks for stopping by! I just followed back and saw this fantastic idea of yours! We could definitely use something like this in a house with three girls. Thanks so much for sharing~

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  12. You totally need to add this to my link up for a Pinterest Challenge. I love DIY stuff!!!

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    1. Yay! I've added this post to your link-up.
      Woohoo!

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  13. That is so clever! It would be super nice to have all of my stud earrings more organized! It's so hard to find matches when they are all mixed together!

    http://ashlie-kristin.blogspot.com/

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  14. great DIY! will defs try this out when i have time :)

    xo; L&M
    www.twoplicates.blogspot.com

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  15. This is pretty clever! nice project.

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