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Stud Earring Organizer by @Chrissytna // I saw another pin about this & had to try this. I bought a small drawer container & cut out craft foam to fit inside the drawers. The stud earrings easily push through the foam, giving an organized and pretty way to display stud earrings.

Stud Earring Organizer by @Chrissytna // I saw another pin about this & had to try this. I bought a small drawer container & cut out craft foam to fit inside the drawers. The stud earrings easily push through the foam, giving an organized and pretty way to display stud earrings.

Simple, clean and highly functional earring storage solution. Made with extra thick cork to allow for earrings to be pushed in without removing the

Simple, clean and highly functional earring storage solution. Made with extra thick cork to allow for earrings to be pushed in without removing the

There are a ton of jewelry storage options for all your favorite pieces, but often the one category that’s hardest to keep track of are stud earrings. The easiest and prettiest way I’ve found to store...

There are a ton of jewelry storage options for all your favorite pieces, but often the one category that’s hardest to keep track of are stud earrings. The easiest and prettiest way I’ve found to store...

Earring holder  -Paint a wooden frame color of choice, staple earring mesh to back (can buy at any craft store), place on a small easel stand and that's it! - perfect earring holder.

Earring holder -Paint a wooden frame color of choice, staple earring mesh to back (can buy at any craft store), place on a small easel stand and that's it! - perfect earring holder.

I only wear studded earrings and I lose them so easily. To make a quick storage/organization box, simply cover some strips of Styrofoam with a thin cloth and stick the backs into the foam. Looks pretty easy.

I only wear studded earrings and I lose them so easily. To make a quick storage/organization box, simply cover some strips of Styrofoam with a thin cloth and stick the backs into the foam. Looks pretty easy.