Hey guys! Today I’ve got a special treat for you – a new line of jewelry display and packaging that’s perfect for anyone who loves chic decor in general. I’ve been wanting to organize my jewelry collection for the longest time, but I have not really come up with a display/organization solution that pleases me. Check out the new Get Organized line and craft up an easy embellished DIY drawstring bag with me!
The Get Organized line includes jewelry displays, jewelry trays and dishes, jewelry cards, pillow boxes, jewelry boxes, drawstring bags and twine. The jewelry displays are in burlap with different colors available. The color options give you choices for any kind of decor, so there’s something for everyone. I swear, these are the perfect show displays too!
I love the rose gold jewelry dish – it’s so trendy, and on its own it’s great to give as a gift or you can embellish them too. It also comes in a stunning silver color. Either way, they’re both really pretty. This line is great not only just as a storage solution but it gives us a lot of great packaging options as well for DIY gifts and even handcrafted items for selling.
The pillow boxes, jewelry cards, jewelry boxes and drawstring bags are easily customizable to fit anyone’s needs. I am loving the ombre drawstring bags – and therefore, I totally had to create some easy embellished DIY drawstring bags for my handmade gifts for the upcoming holidays.
- Get Organized Drawstring Bags
- Heat Transfer Material
- Silhouette Hook Tool
- Die-cutting Machine (I used a Silhouette Cameo)
- Hand Lettered File (download here, for personal use only)
This easy embellished DIY drawstring bag is definitely something that would add a special touch to your handmade gift or handcrafted sellable goods. What do you like about the new line? Let us know in the comments – and have fun creating!
Need a pretty handmade jewelry gift to add to your DIY drawstring bag? Check out these hammered DIY chandelier earrings!
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Aki is an avid DIY-er, crafter and designer. She loves trying out new craft materials, processes, and learning about new ideas. She has a passion for designing printed material as well, from free cards, wallpapers and party items. Follow her crafty adventures over at mintedstrawberry.blogspot.ca where she shares DIY tutorials and free printables.