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Easy Earring Organization in Under 5 Minutes for Under $10

Living in an RV or small space means finding creative ways to store, display, or organize jewelry. I don't have a lot of jewelry, but I do love earrings and necklaces. Storing earrings has been a thorn in my side for years. I have a small box that I've been keeping them in, but they get tangled with other earrings. I had to find another way.

A major overlooked space available for organizing is doors. I had plenty of space to hang earrings on the inside of my bathroom pantry door.

How to make an easy earring organizer in under 5 minutes for under $10:

Step 1: Start with a roll of burlap garland/ribbon. You can find this at any arts and crafts store or by clicking the picture below. There are different sizes, such as 4 inches wide or 5 inches wide, so decide which width you want to use, the length can be determined later.
Step 2: Unroll the burlap garland/ribbon to determine the length you will need. With a pair of scissors, cut the length about an inch or two longer than you need. Why? Because I learned this the hard way. The burlap can become unfrayed making it unusable, so allowing a little extra length at the top especially, will prevent it from unfraying with the weight of the earrings hanging on it.
Step 3: Place the burlap piece where you want to attach it, leaving a 1/2 inch to 1 inch extra material on the top (again, to prevent it from becoming unfrayed). With a staple gun, staple the burlap piece to the door along the top, sides, and bottom to secure it.
Step 4: That's it! If you'd like, you can add some colorful ribbon as a trim, just use double-sided tape to attach it to the edge of the burlap onto the door. If not, that's fine, it will look and work just fine like it is. Hang your earrings and you're done!

Watch my video on how to do this here:

Note: This doesn't work well with earrings that have posts. It works best with earrings that have hooks that you can simply slip through the holes in the burlap to hang.

Let me know! Have you tried this? Did you do anything differently? Tell us and share pictures in comments below!

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