- What is the material inside a jewelry box?
- How do you put a necklace in a jewelry box?
- How do you put felt in a jewelry box?
- Should you keep jewelry boxes?
What is the material inside a jewelry box?
Natural fabrics like cotton, silk, and wool are the best choices because they don't contain any harmful chemicals. Velvet made from silk, rayon, or cotton (commonly called velveteen) is a good choice. It usually has deep pile to cushion fine jewelry.
How do you put a necklace in a jewelry box?
Wrap your necklaces in tissue paper to keep them from getting tangled. Tissue paper is a great way to keep your necklaces separated, especially if you have a few delicate chains that you don't wear often. Fold each necklace 1-2 times in the paper, then lay the tissue paper in your jewelry box.
How do you put felt in a jewelry box?
Spray a short burst of adhesive on the bottom of the box, covering it lightly with the spray. Carefully lay one piece of felt in the bottom in the box. The glue stays sticky for a few minutes so you have time to adjust the felt to fit. Smooth it out with your fingers.
Should you keep jewelry boxes?
Likewise, it is not necessary to keep every jewelry box you have received. People like to hold on to these for sentimental reasons or because the boxes are pretty, which I can understand, but it's better to keep a few of the very special ones for storage or moving purposes and toss the rest. You won't miss them!