Operation: Organization 2014 ~ Jewelry Organization from All Things Beautiful

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Welcome to Day #1 of Operation: Organization!  We’ve got nine days of blog posts that are designed to help you get your New Year’s organizing kick-started.  Every day features a different talented blogger, sharing her best tips and projects with you.  Check at the bottom of this post for the schedule.

Today, we’re so happy to welcome Janis, who blogs at All Things Beautiful.  Amy and I were lucky enough to meet her at the Haven Conference last August, and we were so excited when she said she’s join us for this series.  Here’s Janis:

Hi y’all! My name is Janis and I reside in the Hill Country of Texas. I’m a DIY blogger who does a little bit of everything.

I am thrilled to share my Jewelry Organizer project here at 11 Magnolia Lane.  What perfect timing for getting the house in order!  The organization gene did NOT get passed down to me, so I have to rely on others who have that skill to help me along.

My daughter and I have been slowly acquiring some of those cute statement necklaces. Our jewelry drawers were a mess!  Who wants to waste time searching through a huge pile?  Plus, I’ve also had to spend time untangling a few.

Operation: Organization to the rescue!

My daughter’s room had the perfect space to display a jewelry organizer.

I was inspired by Household 6 Diva where she used vintage hangers to display her jewelry. You can see her post here.
Since I don’t own any gorgeous vintage hangers, I headed to Target and purchased a set of wooden hangers.

 I also picked up some 3/4″ cup hooks at Lowe’s.

You’ll need 15 total for one hanger.The hangers would be cute painted to match your decor, with added polka dots, or even a monogram, etc.

The options are endless here, so let your creativity flow!

I decided to mod podge some pieces of scrap fabric that coordinated with my daughter’s bedding.

I cut some flowers and leaves from the fabric and placed them where I wanted them. I used the gloss Mod Podge by first painting it on the hanger, then laying the fabric pieces on top.I applied a final coat of Mod Podge on top of the fabric and let it dry. It dries clear and glossy, so I put some all over the hanger, so the finish would be consistent.

I pre-drilled holes on the underside of the hanger  and inserted the cup hooks.
(I tried to make pilot holes with a nail, but that didn’t work)

 

Now, you are ready to hang the hanger on the wall.

The necklaces are easily seen, and untangled!
Easy peasy!! and a cute addition to the room!

 

Thank you for letting me share my version of an easy

Jewelry Organizer.

I look forward to getting organized with you, and can’t wait to see the other Operation: Organization ideas.

You can check out my other fun projects at All Things Beautiful.

Happy New Year and Happy Organizing!

Janis

 

 You can follow the Operation: Organization Pinterest board {here}.

Here’s the rest of the all-star lineup for Operation: Organization:

Saturday, 1/11: Jenn at My Fabuless Life
Monday, 1/13:  Amy at 11 Magnolia Lane
Thanks for stopping by!

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Comments

  1. Love this idea! Pinned for later!

  2. What a great idea — and I thought you PAINTED on those beautiful flowers!!! Didn’t know until I scrolled down that they were Mod Podged fabric. Awesome. I’ll bet you could also find some beautiful paper napkins that would serve the same purpose. Thanks for the idea! *pin ~Sally @DrinkingFromMySaucer

  3. I love this cute idea! I am new to blogging and just posted about fashionably organizing jewelry. Is it okay that I linked this blog post in mine? Thanks so much for a wonderful idea!

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