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DIY - Jewellery Storage Ideas

February 26, 2015

DIY - Jewellery Storage Ideas

Hi lovelies!

Just thought I'd share this easy yet classy way to store all your jewellery. Typically I have a small wooden jewellery box that has two layers to separate my silver and brass necklaces, and I store my rings separately because I have so many of them.

For my brass ones, I throw all of them onto one dish, found easily at departmental stores. However, note that if your jewellery is gold plated, it might tarnish when exposed to air. I don't really face this problem since most of my rings are made of brass, which doesn't really lose colour (although it loses shine over time; but that doesn't bother me because I'm not a huge a fan of shine)

 

 

As for my sterling silver rings, I found this easy way to store them (and look organised too!). Simply get a wide bowl / glass, fill it with pretty sand/ stones (I got these from Ikea at $3.90 for a bottle) and voila! You can stick your rings into the pile of sand and it just looks really pretty too.  

 

I love this! It's easy, doesn't take up time and makes choosing rings from a pile a ease too! If you have more rings, simply use a bigger tray / bowl. No hassle at all.

 

What do you think? Feel free to share any other ideas to store jewellery!

 

x





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Size Chart
If you're having trouble with knowing the right size for rings/ necklaces, use the size charts below to help you.


RINGS
Our Rings all run in USA Sizing.
Do take note of measuring your knuckles too to ensure that the ring can pass through it! However, do note that using the centimetres sizing may not be as accurate, as you are required to make it slightly tight around your fingers in order to get the right sizing.
For the best way to know your size, we would recommend using the diameter size chart (second chart) or trying out rings at a store.
 


NECKLACES