MYO Earring Holder- Crafts & Homemade Items

After watching some show on tv, most likely on TLC, I got an idea to make my own earring holder. The idea on the show was to use a doily and a emroidery hoop. Well after looking around my local drug store I couldn't find any doilies. That was ok though because I decided to look at the lace

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    After watching some show on tv, most likely on TLC, I got an idea to
    make my own earring holder. The idea on the show was to use a doily
    and a emroidery hoop. Well after looking around my local drug store I
    couldn't find any doilies. That was ok though because I decided to
    look at the lace fabric. I bought 1/4 yard and a plastic embroidery
    hoop, the fabric was $1.25 and the hoop was $2.65. So for only $3.90 I
    made an earing holder that I will actually use that is cheap! Plus if
    I decided to make more the cost per one will be cheaper, I still have

    left over fabric!

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    Re: Budget101.com : Earring Holder


    Another option that I've seen is using makeup sponges (round flat ones) to put
    your earrings in. I think I saw this suggestion for traveling but it would be
    good for organizing in a drawer. The advantages of the sponges are that they
    help clean your earrings when you put them through the sponge. Not as
    decorative but practical.
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    RE: Budget101.com : Earring Holder


    Another option for the fabric would be cross-stitch fabric as it already has
    a lot of holes in it. You?d just have to make sure you tape the edges to
    keep it from unraveling or buy one of the towels or washcloths that is meant
    for cross-stitching.



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    I also saw in a magazine for organizing your jewelry drawer to use buttons. Put
    a pair of earrings in the wholes of a button to keep the pair together.

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