The following is a guest post from regular contributor, Rachel at Useful Beautiful Home.
Have you heard about the company called Jamberry? Do you (or someone you know) have a stash of nail wraps in need of organization? I’ve got the perfect solution and it’s inexpensive!
How to Organize Jamberry Wraps
I was introduced long ago to Jamberry nail products and fell in love with the ease and creativity of their no-fuss nail wraps (no affiliate marketing here, just a “how-to” demo on organizing a popular product). If you know anything about their designer wraps, then you know they come on thin slips of paper film, like stickers.
After a purchase or two, you’ll have a small stash of choices to apply when the mood strikes. My problem was how to keep them visible without getting crushed, lost, or forgotten somewhere. At first I kept the few wraps I had purchased in their original mailer envelope but that wasn’t the best display option.
I’m happy to share with you today what the uh-maze-ing Jamberry Consultant, named Joy (*if you don’t have a nail lady, THIS gal is one of the bests in customer service & knowledge coupled with the sweetest personality!) told me. It’s as simple as heading to the dollar bins at Target or Walmart and grabbing an inexpensive (read: the cheapest organizer I own) photo album, often called a “brag book”. They come in all shapes and sizes but with my limited Jam stash, I only needed the basic plastic 4×6 brag book album.
By far, this is the easiest and cheapest organizer I own and yet it’s the ideal fit for the job. The wraps slide perfectly inside each photo page. Tuck one sheet per photo page and now you have protected, contained, and visually accessible storage. Why I like this solution; it’s EASY… easy to insert, remove, rearrange, and view all those beautiful wrap choices.
Finally, I want to share my thought process how it relates to gift-giving, since we’re officially upon that season. 😉 If you plan to purchase any Jamberry wrap sheets as a gift, I suggest you take the extra step to arrange them in a photo brag book. It will only cost you around a dollar and your gift receiver will be thankful for the Jamberry wraps as well as amazed with the creative way to keep her stash organized! For those of us who like to give a wrapped gift (rather than an envelope), this is the answer! You could also get creative and embellish the front of the album with a monogram, making it extra thoughtful and personalized. Or, step it up another notch and give a hardcover book like THIS pink version (*affiliate link).
Speaking of gift giving, don’t forget about The Christmas List app Laura shared a couple months ago HERE to keep track of gift-giving and budgets. It’s well worth the $1.99 pocket change (USA price). I’ve been using it and am so happy with how it’s simplified my gift tracking this year!!! Thank you, Laura, for another great organizing tip!
Side note… this app also highlights a Christmas countdown. It’s difficult to see in my picture below, but we only have thirty-some days left! 🙂
I’m offering a holiday Jamberry giveaway at Useful Beautiful Home! Head over HERE to enter, either for yourself or as a gift to a Jam lover on your holiday list. Either way, it’s a fun giveaway and I wanted to share it with all my OrgJunkie Friends! Hugs and a happy weekend to y’all!
In the professional world, I’m a nurse by trade. But, around our house, I’m known as Mommy to our young daughter. My two worlds collided and began shaping into a blog. Useful Beautiful Home represents the hours I’ve dedicated to managing my household as efficiently as possible. I offer you motivation to keep your home healthy, organized, and welcoming. My goal is to share what I’ve implemented in my home to inspire you with fresh ideas and to encourage you to keep up the good work in yours! Learn more about me HERE or visit me at UsefulBeautifulHome.com.
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