by Natsuko Jewelry. (USA) Wood is the traditional 5th wedding anniversary gift. So I got the beautiful handmade pine jewelry box, got wood burning pen and (little burned on my finger tip later...) inscribed on wood box. Paired with 5 entwined ring necklace to create perfect 5th anniversary gift! I'll do personalized inscription on the box so the couples … [Read more...] about Wedding Anniversary Gift Box
Ideas for packaging jewelry in unique, creative and inexpensive ways.
by Sheila Meador. (Atlanta, Georgia USA) I upgraded my packaging with custom labels and also a lucite heart charm with the name of my business on them. I ordered these from Etsy sellers, and they were very reasonably priced. I cut strips of coordinating scrapbook paper and used double-sided tape to attach them to the Kraft box lids. I tied some jute cord into … [Read more...] about Upgraded to Custom Brand Packaging
by Sherry Gerstein. (Ridgefield, Connecticut USA) Since I make origami and wire earrings, it was kind of a no-brainer to make origami boxes for packaging. I have a few different ones that I make, but I like these colored ones best because they are flattish and so are easy to pack up and mail. But sometimes I need something that is a little more dimensional and offers … [Read more...] about Origami Packaging and Display Items
by Diane Smith. (Paso Robles, California USA) I wanted to implement a simple gift box for free wrapping for my customers (it is especially nice to offer for the holidays or any gift-giving occasions) yet didn't want to spend a lot of money. I finally decided on a simple brown box by Kraft. Inside, I placed the jewelry item with one of my business cards on top. On the … [Read more...] about Simple Gift Boxes & Sales Bags
by Nicolette. (England) Here's a couple of photo's of my MOSTly handmade packaging. The box base is made from recycled card and ordered from a supplier. I then paint the inside of the tray and lid with a medium grey acrylic. The jewellery insert utilizes the white cotton insert that are provided with the boxes from the supplier, which I then back with a layer of … [Read more...] about Founten En Fire Packaging
by Kathleen Davis aka Kathy Zee. (Fiddletown, California USA) I have several clients who order their earrings with clips. I normally use my pre-printed earring cards with my logo for my posts or fish hook ear wires. However, I can't figure out how to get the clip ones on the cards. Do any of you make clip earrings? And do you have any ideas how I can make these look … [Read more...] about Clip Earrings: How Do I Package and Display Them?
by Rena Klingenberg. Free jewelry gift wrap is a wonderful additional benefit to give to your customers. And fortunately, it can be very inexpensive for you - which makes it an ideal way to make them feel that they got a lot more for their money. I think gift wrapping jewelry is an essential part of your jewelry packaging. Jewelry Gift Wrap Solves Customers' … [Read more...] about Jewelry Gift Wrap Tips
by Margot. (Monrovia, California, USA.) How do I organize / store my organza and satin gift pouches? I have a ton of organza and satin gift pouches in two sizes. I want a way to store all of them and organize / separate the sizes and materials of the pouches. I also need it to be portable so I can bring it to flea markets. I can't seem to figure out this … [Read more...] about How Do I Organize and Store My Organza and Satin Gift Pouches?
an easy, inexpensive way to provide gift wrap for your customers by Carolina Gonzalez. You can make jewelry boxes for your customers easily and inexpensively, with this fun do-it-yourself project: How to Make Your Own Jewelry Boxes These boxes you see in the pictures are made of cardboard and stamped with my own rubber stamps, made by me from common drawing rubber. The … [Read more...] about How to Make Jewelry Boxes
by Sue Runyon. (Niceville, Florida USA) It is such a luxury to have one dedicated, clear, flat surface to pack outgoing orders and to unpack supply orders on. I raised the table up to waist level with inexpensive bed risers. I placed small pieces of non-slip mat in the top of the bed risers to keep them from sliding around. When I do a show I use this table … [Read more...] about Jewelry Studio Shipping and Receiving Station
by Virginia L Vivier. (Sunny Tucson, Arizona, USA) I wanted to make a unique, strong, inexpensive box for packaging my jewelry. I like to recycle things, and wanted materials that normally would be tossed. I buy lots of La Choy Rice Noodles. (Low in calories, yet nice and crunchy on salads!) These do not come in a tin can, but a cardboard container with a nice silver … [Read more...] about Practically Free Custom Jewelry Packaging
by Rena Klingenberg. In this easy project, we're going to cut out pictures from Christmas cards, and turn them into little jewelry-size folded gift tags. I'll show you how I made little gift tags from three different Christmas cards. Supplies: A variety of Christmas cards (preferably used ones - this is a great way to recycle the ones you receive!). A ruler … [Read more...] about Make Small Folded Jewelry Gift Tags from Christmas Cards