How to Design Your Own Body Jewelry Storage Unit

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How to Design Your Own Body Jewelry Storage Unit
Organise your body jewellery collection. (jewellery image by Snezana Skundric from

If you have many different pieces of body jewellery, you will need a safe, organised place to keep them. A storage unit will help you. It will also keep your body jewellery clean. Storage units come in several sizes, and you can adjust them to your needs, whether you are putting together a body jewellery storage unit for a piercing business, or just something small for your own personal use.

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Things you need

  • Containers
  • Blank labels

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  1. 1

    Count your body jewellery and make a list to help you decide on the amount of space you will need for all of your jewellery.

  2. 2

    Purchase storage containers. You can meet most of your storage needs by going to, or If you just need to organise a tiny collection of smaller piercings, which might include nose rings, nose studs, earrings, eyebrow rings, then a clear 3 by 3 inch plastic box with individual compartments will suit your needs. If you have 30 or more pieces look for bins that are 11 inches long, 6 inches wide and 6 inches high.

  3. 3

    Store your tongue barbells or navel piercings in tight-sealed containers to keep them from becoming contaminated by bacteria in the air. A 709gr. container will be able to hold 20 pieces of jewellery.

  4. 4

    Stack the bins for your storage unit, or place them in a hanging rail system if you are handling a large volume of jewellery. Place the smaller, shallow containers side by side inside the bins, or stack tight-sealed containers together.

  5. 5

    Label each of your body jewellery bins by writing the specific contents on a blank sticker label. This is so you can find what you need in a hurry.

Tips and warnings

  • Before storing your body jewellery, clean them thoroughly with antibacterial soap, rinse well and dry with a paper towel to avoid bacteria growth.
  • Buy some plastic bags that are about 3 inches by 4 inches to keep pieces with dangling parts separate.

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