Tips For Packing And Traveling With Your Jewelry

There are a number of things that you can do when you’re ready to make a trip with your jewelry, whether you’re moving to a new home or if you just tend to travel very often. When you get to your destination, you want to ensure that your jewelry stays in a good condition anywhere you move them around.


We’re going to show you some of the things you can do in order to properly package and transport them.


  • Get a travel jewelry case, that cater specifically to your needs. It helps to keep them from getting tangled or scratched and it allows your jewelry to remain in a good condition.


  • You can use drinking straws to prevent necklaces from tangling. You can insert one end of the necklace through a drinking straw and close the clasp. If the necklace is chunkier or eccentric, you can use a toilet paper tube instead of a straw.


  • Use a safety pin to poke holes through an index card and then you can insert the earrings into the holes, sealing their backs. Place the card in a cloth and fold it up to keep it safe.


  • You can use buttons to do the same things as you did with the index cards. Insert the earrings through the holes and seal their backs.


  • Take small pill boxes or old prescription pill bottle and use them to store your rings, earrings, small bracelets and necklaces.


  • If you have small sealable snack cups, you can use them to store items of jewelry as well.


  • Small, sealable plastic balls are always a good option for storing and separating your jewelry and stop them from getting tangled. You can then drop all those smaller bags into a larger plastic bag or container.




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