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Saturday, May 31, 2014

DIY Ear Studs Organizer Under $2.5 !

DIY Ear Studs Organizer Under $2.5 !
I just love the elegant looks of studs but it was always tough to organize them in an easy and accessible way. I tried organizing them pinning to a lace but it wasn't sturdy enough. So, I ended up searching for all possible solutions on Pinterest and came across this really cool idea at this DIY Blog and just loved it. You could do this in a Jewelry drawer, instead I chose to use a pretty chocolate box I got for my last Birthday.

DIY Ear Studs Organizer Under $2.5 !

Well! I like to share how I did mine ;) I used a Chocolate box, 2 Wooden dowels ($0.59 each), 4 Felt fabric pieces ($0.29 each), Sharp knife, Glue gun and Scissors. (You can find the wooden dowels and felt fabric pieces in all craft supplies stores.)

DIY Ear Studs Organizer Under $2.5 !

 Cut the long wooden dowels to the length of the box.

DIY Ear Studs Organizer Under $2.5 !

Cut felt fabric pieces to the length of cut wooden dowel and at width of about 6 inches.

DIY Ear Studs Organizer Under $2.5 !

Hot glue each wooden dowel to one end of felt piece then roll the fabric and again secure the other end with hot glue. Make enough rolls to fit your box.


Go ahead and add all those rolls to the box. You can add little hot glue to bottom of each roll and fix them in if you like. (They fit tight enough in my box so I dint glue them down.)

DIY Ear Studs Organizer Under $2.5 !

Now add all those pretty ear studs between the fabric rolls and you are done. And coming to the math, 2x0.59$ for wooden dowels, 4x0.29$ for felt fabric pieces and rest of the supplies were on my hand already so that is a cool way to organize ear studs for under $2.5.
Tip: You can even organize your rings the same way. 

Please leave your comments. Thanks for stopping by :)


 

16 comments:

  1. No one can ever say that this is a DIYed organizer :) It is very perfect and the end result is just awesome!! Welcome to the Blogsphere. Looking forward for more DIY's from you .All the best Roops !!

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  2. Great idea! Thank you for sharing this post at City of Creative Dream's City of Links on Friday! I appreciate you taking the time to party with me. Hope to see you again this week :)

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    1. Thank you :) Sure, Pleasure is mine :)

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  3. Great idea. I love that pretty box you have.

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  4. Oh, that's so smart!!! Thanks for linking up over at the #homematters Linky Party! We hope to see you again this coming Wednesday :)

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  5. Wow ! Why did I not see this before ? I bought a plastic jewellery organizer from a store recently.

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    1. Thank you :) I hope the organizer works for you.

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  6. Brilliant! That's one of those "why didn't I think of that" moments.

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    1. Yeah, so true. I felt the same way when I first saw this idea. Thank you for stopping by.

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  7. There are many ways to go about organizing your accessory. Different methods make more sense depending on your space and what you’re storing. No matter which method you choose, these accessory organizer definitely helps you to reduce the space usage and clutter.

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    1. They sure does, Joseph. Thank you for stopping by :)

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  8. That looks great!! I have been finding it difficult to keep my earrings and studs too. This is a great idea!!:)
    Thanks for sharing!! I found your blog on Pam's party features' post.

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    1. Thank you Preeti :) I am glad my post helped you. Thank you for stopping by :)

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