Building a jewelry collection is a beautiful thing, and like any collection, your jewelry and earrings deserve organization!
 
Organizing your jewelry has a lot of benefits: you can more quickly and easily access your accessories and you will be aware of everything you have at your disposal. Without organization, you might even forget about a pair of earrings that got lost somewhere in your jewelry box. Plus, jewelry is pretty! Why not put it on display?
 
Here are our picks for the best ways to organize your earrings and jewelry.
 

DIY Jewelry Organizers & DIY Earrings Organizers

Let's start with a couple of DIY projects that you can probably do with things you have at home right now. These are simple and cheap ideas that are also attractive looking.
 

1. Minimalist Earring Holder

Source: Mikyla Creates
 
All you need for this earring organizer is a thin piece of wood, a drill with a small drill bit, and a piece of twine or string to hang it with. Use a ruler to keep your holes evenly spaced. It's so simple and cute! Works as a stud earrings holder, dangly earring holder, or a hoop earrings holder. Great for a minimalist aesthetic.
 

2. DIY Driftwood Jewelry Organizer

Source: Curiographer on Etsy
 
Whether you are lucky enough to live near a beach or simply want to keep a piece of the ocean nearby, driftwood gives DIY earrings organizing a boho chic twist. All you need for this project is a driftwood branch and something to hang it on the wall with. Necklaces and bracelets can be organized by simply looping them around the branch. To make space for earrings, drill hooks into the driftwood.
 

3. DIY Earring Organizer with Popsicle Sticks and Paper Clips

Source: Lavis de Cherry on YouTube
 
It doesn't get much easier than this. Hot glue some paperclips in row onto a popsicle stick, seal them with another popsicle stick hot glued on top, tie a string around both ends, and decorate with a piece of fabric or paint. This is perfect if you're low on wall space or simply want a tiny apparatus for organizing earrings.
 

Store-bought Jewelry Organizers

Maybe you're not into crafting, that's cool too! There are a wide variety of options for store-bought jewelry organizers to suit your specific needs. Here are some of our favorites.
 

1. Jewelry Trays

Source: Wayfair
 
There are lots of jewelry trays on the market of all sizes. These are convenient if you're looking for table top or drawer storage and you still get the full effect of having all your jewelry and earrings laid out before you.
 

2. Dual Mirror and Jewelry Storage Cabinet

Source: Wayfair
 
When closed, this jewelry cabinet looks just like a wall mounted mirror. You can never have too many mirrors, they make any space seem bigger and brighter. It also comes with a little lock and key for added security! Added cool points because it's basically a secret compartment.
 

3. Rustic Wire Jewelry Organizer

Source: Outshine Co
 
This could easily be a DIY organizer, it's essentially just chicken wire attached to a wooden frame. However, the result is something very cute and useful! If you've got a rustic chic vibe going on in your home, this is a perfect piece for both decor and jewelry organizing.
 

4. Classic Jewelry Box

Source: Hawkins Wood Shop
 
Ah, the classics. A jewelry box is truly the little black dress of earring organization. They're a standard for a reason: tons of storage space for every type of jewelry, and this one even comes with a lock! They also can fold up to be quite compact and can be good for traveling.
  
As you can see, there are many options for organizing jewelry. From DIY to an expertly crafted jewelry box, you can be sure to find an option that suits your style and needs.
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Best earrings for sensitive ears! I haven’t been able to wear any earrings since my kids that didn’t upset my ears. I haven’t had to take these out since I’ve received them. Just when I thought I had to be done wearing earrings because of the pain you came along. Thank you for making me feel pretty!

Jessica B.

I'm in love! I haven't been able to wear earrings for a very long time, the last time I wore cheap earrings they practically ruined my piercings because they were so irritated. I love these earrings because I can wear them comfortably and safely, but they look AMAZING.

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