Paper Partition for Jewelry Making Tools




Introduction: Paper Partition for Jewelry Making Tools

About: Hi! I'm Kakudaito, from Kobe Japan. I 'm making jewelry. I like creating things,learning English.Thank you for visiting me.

For storing a variety of jewelry making tools, I made paper partition for tools such as pliers and cutters.

This idea might be useful to store your jewelry making tools organized,easy to see and take out .

I only use the paper and box.

It's so easy to make. If there are ten minutes, you can make it with low cost.

By folding paper , even if it is paper it becomes firm a little.

I posted 2 types of idea in this time, for jewelry and tools.
Here's paper partition for jewelry making tools such as pliers and cutters.

If you would like to see the other one,please check "Paper partition for jewelry".

Step 1: How to Make

What you need

slightly thick paper (I used Bio top color 160g/㎡・0.214mm)

a shallow box (I used a old flat wooden container.)

How to make

  1. Cut the paper according to the size of box, and fold it.
  2. Just repeat a mountain fold and a valley fold one sheet of paper.
  3. And put it into a box.

Please add paper according to your tools you want to storage.

Step 2: Store Your Tools in This Way

This partition made of paper store such as pliers and cutters with thicker handles neat and tidy,easy to see and take out .

It's more like an accordion-type.

Step 3: Others

This paper partition be able to apply in various ways, for example like the stuff sometime hard to organize like jewelry.

For more information, see "Paper partition for jewelry".

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    5 years ago

    The folded paper for separating bracelets and necklaces is very good use of space. However, if you want to apply this concept for storing your tools, there is a small problem. The paper will encourage rust on the tools. To avoid rust, use a wax or plastic coated paper, and be sure to apply a thin coat of oil to each tool before putting away after use.