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Old 06-29-2012, 07:14 AM   #1
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A Question for the Ladies ???

Jewelery,,, how do you keep all your danglies and prettys from getting all tangled up ??? I'm sure there must be a thousand ideas out there, please share.
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Old 06-29-2012, 07:26 AM   #2
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Leave them at home?
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Old 06-29-2012, 09:43 AM   #3
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I had to put a bunch of hooks along the inside of the closet for Michelle to hang all her stuff on.

I'm for leaving them at home too I have to untangle them when the kids mess them up..
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I use a plastic box with compartments you get at the hobby store they also have wooden ones but the plastic ones have lids and adjustable compartments.
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Less is more. For many camping activities jewelry isn't a good idea. Rings and power tools being just one example.

I don't use the plastic trays for jewelry - because it can make silver tarnish faster. A regular SMALL jewelry box would be better. I keep mine under the bed.

I have also seen several nice roll up cloth bags with multiple compartments in them that can be hung on a hook when the trailer is parked. - this is probably the best solution.

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I have a hanging jewelry carrier that is on a coat hanger and hangs in the closet. It has individual compartments (about 20 or so) for each item. I bought mine but you could easily make one too. I also have a couple of roll up cloth bags for jewelry when I have to fly. I don't take much but it's nice to have a few things for once in a while when I travel.

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Reinergirl: All I could see was a little square with a red x in it,,, I couldn't get it to "show picture"
Leaving stuff at home is not an option, therefore the question was "how to keep them from tangling", not "should I take it along". I apologize for the misunderstanding.
I'm going shopping today for some of the items suggested, thanks big time for the help.
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<snip> a little square with a red x in it,,, I couldn't get it to "show picture"
This is THE post to read if you are having trouble posting photos.

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Reinergirl: All I could see was a little square with a red x in it,,, I couldn't get it to "show picture"
Leaving stuff at home is not an option, therefore the question was "how to keep them from tangling", not "should I take it along". I apologize for the misunderstanding.
I'm going shopping today for some of the items suggested, thanks big time for the help.

Sorry I was posted from an IPAD and even tho everyone says Apple is more intuitive I am finding there is a huge learning curve. Posting on my dell.....
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Reinergirl,,,Wow what a great idea,,, kudos x 10^4
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