Vintage jewelry drawer organizing is an incredible way to organize your collection.
This handy tool can store your favorite pieces, organize your own personal style, and make it easy to organize them in a way that fits your needs.
And when you’re done organizing, you can turn it into a little storage cabinet that can be shared with friends and family.
The best part?
You don’t have to worry about the metal components, and the plastic parts will last for years.
It’s perfect for decorating or storing everyday items.
To make it even easier, we’ve assembled a list of our favorite vintage jewelry organizer tools to make it easier to assemble, repair, and recycle.
You’ll also find a handy checklist of useful accessories and instructions to make the most out of your storage.
Find out more about vintage jewelry organizing in our article on vintage jewelry storage.
How to Make a Vintage Jewelry Storage Cabinet to Keep Your Vintage Collection Organized When you’re ready to build a storage cabinet for your vintage jewelry collection, you’ll need to make sure it can hold your collection in a safe and secure manner.
You can use this handy step-by-step guide to create a cabinet to hold your vintage collection, such as the one below.
Cut the cardboard box into the desired shape.
The cabinet will fit inside a cardboard box with an opening on the front.
You should measure the width of the box so that it will be about the same size as your collection’s opening.
Make sure the cardboard fits snugly into the box.
For the cabinet, we recommend measuring a half inch thick (4.2 centimeters) for a 1.5-gallon (3.6-liter) container.
Measure out the cardboard and cut it into the dimensions shown below.
(A cardboard box is a plastic bag or tin box.)
Cut out the opening on your cardboard box.
Lay out your collection and attach the cardboard.
Make a single-piece mold for the neck.
Cut out your neck.
Fold over the neck and attach it to the cabinet.
Fold the neck into place and secure it with magnets.
Place the cabinet in a sturdy container and secure with magnets and a magnet attachment.
Use magnets to help secure your collection, and use magnets to keep your collection safe from rust.
Take the box and attach your collection to the neck, adding magnets and magnets to your collection if you need them.
This is an optional step.
Decorate your collection by decorating the cabinet with your favorite vintage pieces.
Place your collection inside the cabinet to help preserve the box’s unique look.
To keep your vintage items safe from decay, you should use these protective measures when storing your collection: Store in a dark place, away from light sources.
Avoid direct sunlight.