DIY Framed Earring Organizer | Thriftanista in the City


DIY Framed Earring Organizer

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I've discovered a few simple and affordable ways to organize my baubles with a mix of thrift store finds and supplies from the crafting aisle at Walmart. I also made a framed earring organizer that was the perfect addition to the accessory wall.

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Visit a few thrift stores or estates sales and you will surely end up with an incredible bauble stash. I've had them in plastic bags since the move. It's become that one unpacked box. It's become rather large as I continued to buy instead of tackling the jumbled ball from the plastic bags.

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It's been a year since the move, I guess it's safe to say we're staying and I can finally unpack. I went thrifting (of course) for cool and interesting display pieces to keep everything organized. For the earrings organizer, I found a very basic .99 frame to really make my earrings pop on the wall.

Framed Earring Organizer

plastic grid canvas
Command™ Picture Hanging Strips

Using the glass front of the frame as a template, trim the canvas to fit the frame. Place the canvas in the frame then the frame back. Apply Command™ Picture Hanging Strips to the back. Hang on the wall. You're done. Super easy right?

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Command™ Picture Hanging Strips are a painless way to hang picture frames (and earrings). I'm not very good with hammer and nails. Using the strips are quick and easy. Plus, they come off cleanly without leaving holes, cracked plaster or sticky residue.

command picture hanging strip for accessory wall

Command™ products provides damage-free hanging solutions for a wide variety of uses for your craft projects. They're super strong and remove clean.

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You can find the canvas and Command™ brands products together in the craft section at Walmart . Who knew? I walked through the craft aisle searching for inspiration and stumbled upon everything I needed.  You can also find Scotch® brand products too. They're great for any crafting projects that require masking tapes or spray adhesives.

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For post earrings, I cut out a heart shape with the canvas and left it unframed so I could easily access the backs. I tied it around an upcycled bottle. I have a thing for pretty bottles. Glad to finally de-stash some.

While in the Walmart crafting section, I picked up Command™ hooks too making it super fast to hang up my favorite necklaces and have easy access to them going forward. No more digging around in a plastic bag.

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I put the overflow on more upcycled bottles. I found a gorgeous and huge crystal tiered server at the thrift store and use that for all of the bracelets. My rings are in the vintage champagne glass. Clip-on earrings are hanging around the edges of the glass and dish. The vintage candy dish holds my sunnies collection.

Now that everything has a place, I should be able to keep my jewelry organized and jumble free.

You can find more  summer project ideas on 3M's Project Amazing site.

Are you a die hard fan of Command™ and Scotch® products? How do you use them?


1 comment

Sara @ Mom Endeavors said...

What a great way to organize your jewelry! Love the earring holder! #client

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