Quick & Easy Organizing Idea For Earrings

I've always loved traveling. The thrill of seeing a new horizon or the wonder and awe you feel when running your fingers over something old forms a priceless memory.
Unfortunately there is also a big downside to exploring a new country. The constant complicating jigsaw puzzle commonly known as your suitcase. 
Usually you think something will fit, but once you place it inside the four walls of your suitcase it's as if it's magically grown five times bigger.
Because of this frustrating dilemma I tend to channel my inner minimalist so I can get the job done. But no matter HOW minimalistic I become I always manage to make room for a few sets of earrings. 
I'm ashamed to admit however that despite how hard I try not to lose any of them, I almost always do. So I decided to do something about that and finally came up with this cute quick and easy earring organizing idea!
I hope this will also help out some of Y-O-U lovely ladies!

What You'll Need:

This idea is pretty simple and straightforward. All you need to do is select a pair of 
earrings and a medium to large sized button. All you have to do now is take the earring
backs off, thread your earrings through two of the buttons holes and then put the earring 
backs back on again. Simple, right?

And you're done! I hope you all enjoyed this quick and easy tutorial, 
if you have any questions, comment away!
Have a great day crafting!


  1. This is such a great idea! I think I will also use this as a way to organize my earrings in my room!

  2. great idea! I'm constantly having to dig through all of my studs trying to find matching pairs. this will keep both earrings together! it's perfect! now all I need to do is get some bigger buttons!!!

  3. Why have I never thought of this? Genius!
    Lovely blog too :)

  4. Even better, when you're packing select the earrings you want to go with each outfit & stick the earrings through the top button on shirt or jacket. Don't have a button...stick them through the tag. I usually put mine in a small rubbermaid container!