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    Default How to hang necklaces, rings and jewelry.

    I mounted a long mirror. Wide ways (The tall kind for the head to toe
    view)..Then I found those suction cups hooks. The kind we use for Xmas
    lights on the windows. And hung my necklaces and drop earrings and
    even rings etc. Wow It was a break as I am looking in the mirror
    anyway so they they are. So then at my computer where I seem to remove
    my jewelry. I mounted two there. Post earrings are still floating

    around and I need a better place for those. My questions is what will
    I use for my lights this year? LOL..Barb
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    Try putting your post earrings through a piece of window screen.

    You can get a piece cut down to fit into a standard picture frame and hang it up. Easy.

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    You can do it a couple of different ways. Take a shelf and some lace edging and trim the shelf and use that to hook your earrings to. Then you can put some of those mug hooks like for your kitchen and put on the underside of the shelf and that can be for your necklaces. You can even do the same with a shadow box and some lace. Good luck and have fun with it. Brandy h
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    Default Re: How to hang necklaces, rings and jewelry.

    Hang a bit of ribbon from a tack and put the earrings through it, or put a saucer where you remove them - saucer works for rings too.

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    Default Re: How to hang necklaces, rings and jewelry.

    I use a small bulletin board / cork board for post earring (got it at the Dollar Tree)... works great, easy to use, and they are all in sight, instead of in a jewelry box drawer.

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    Thumbs up Re: How to hang necklaces, rings and jewelry.

    I use a plastic canvas to hang my earrings. there is a small tab to hang it on the wall and I put my earrings through the holes and put the post on the back. You can see all of them at one time, and they are at your finger tips.

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    Default Re: How to hang necklaces, rings and jewelry.

    I put a framed cork message board up in my daughters room she uses for jewelry hanging, she also puts her favorite pictures up. So picts are the backdrop & her jewelry is handy & easy to see & grab, not hidden in a drawer.

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    Default Re: How to hang necklaces, rings and jewelry.

    I use a lanyard and just push them through it, then I can hang it up anywhere and move it from room to room.

 

 
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