Friday, April 6, 2012

Packaging

I've put the finishing touches on the packaging for my Etsy shop! Each piece of jewelry will come nestled in a simple kraft gift bag, sweetly tied up with striped bakers twine and a Nestled tag.



My favorite detail is the bakers twine. Check out the massive two pound spool I have!


I think it's safe to say I have enough of it to last me a lifetime. Or two.

20 comments:

  1. gorgeous! I love that twine!!

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  2. OHHH very cute!!! Would love to recieve that little beauty of a package!!!

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  3. just saw this cute little package on pinterest... I love!

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  4. Darling packaging!!! Who did your precious business cards? LOVE the shape!

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    1. Thanks Sharon! I actually print them from home and cut them out by hand. It's a little tedious, but I love the end result! :)

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  5. Just saw this on Pinterest. Love love love it!

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  6. So simple and elegant! Love it! Thanks for sharing

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  7. Found you on Pinerest! How cute! I have a large punch the shape of your business cards. So cute!

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  8. oops..correction. my punch is not the exact shape , but close. :)

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  9. Sandi where did you get the large punch in that shape?

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  12. How do you run your twine threw it. I am trying to make my own bags out of craft paper and using the label and twine.

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  15. Where do you buy the twine you use?

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  16. I LOVE your packaging! Where do you buy your kraft bags? Or do you make them? I've been trying to find large ones like this for packaging my prints to cut down on production time but haven't been able to find many!

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