For the last few months I've been on a major organization kick around our house. I'm tired of some of the clutter in our closets, garage and other places. I'm also realizing how much stuff we have that we never use. So my new motto is: "If we aren't using it, let's get rid of it." I know this is obvious and should be something that is practiced without it being some big change, but well with the craziness that takes on our everyday lives with work being busy and us going out of town many weekends, it's surprising how fast junk can accumulate before we even realize it.
Mission Organization has been in place and well it's gone pretty good so far. Slowly but surely changes are happening. I haven't posted them, but we've cleaned out our garage so that we can actually walk in there and could even park a car if we wanted to (you know use the garage for what it's made for). Awesome! I hosted a garage sale with a friend and walked away with $165 in my pocket...all for old clothes and other stuff that was lying around but now someone else can actually use it. Now, most recently, I've organized my jewelry and actually snapped some pics on my phone (meaning not the best pictures) in the process to show you.
You can make this jewelry display board in five easy steps!
STEP 1: Gather Supplies - Foam board, linen or other fabric, tape measurer, x-acto knife, pen or marker, hot glue gun and cup hooks.
Step 2: Measure the foam board to the size you want.
Step 3: Cut the foam board using the x-acto knife. In my case I wanted two pieces, so I cut the board in half. Gus did a fabulous job assisting me with this to make sure I didn't hurt myself!
Step 4: Wrap the fabric tightly around the board and using the hot glue gun, secure the corners and edges on the back side of the board.
Step 5: Screw in the cup hooks where you want them on your board. I used the x-acto knife to make little slits in the fabric and board so that the fabric wouldn't bunch up where I was scewing in the hooks.
Ta-da! You now have a beautiful and easy way to store your jewelry. For me, this works so much better than drawers as I find myself not using what I don't easily see, and I tend to not put jewelry back in it's place if it's not easy. This has been working great so far!
I designated two of my shelves in my closet for my jewelry. I just leaned the boards agains the back of the wall, and then I used a plate and some bowls from West Elm to display my earrings, bracelets and rings.
Hope you enjoyed getting a peak at my new jewelry organization!!
Have a fabulous weekend. XO,