New, Improved Signing for Jewelry Prices

by Linda Harrison.
(United States)

New, Improved Signing for Jewelry Prices by Linda Harrison  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

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Signing my items has sometimes been a challenge.

I don’t care for those string tags because they hang from merchandise and sometimes look tacky.

I used to make just a folding cardboard sign from cardstock, but they don’t last long.

New, Improved Signing for Jewelry Prices by Linda Harrison  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

interchangeable

I also used to make signs and laminate, but if I needed to change the price I had to throw the old one away.

One day I was at the Dollar Store and found these tiny picture frames, in size 2.5″ x 3.5″.

They look good, they are consistent throughout my table, they’re inexpensive, and they’re easy to change out.

They last forever.

New, Improved Signing for Jewelry Prices by Linda Harrison  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

small and compact

Linda Harrison

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  • A very classy way to show the prices of your jewelry, Linda. These frames look sturdy enough to survive years of jewelry shows, yet still look professional. And I agree – when possible, it’s very helpful to have an easily-seen price sign instead of a small price tag that people might not see.

  • Great idea! We usually have our prices printed on blank business cards. The problem is we do a lot of outdoor shows and the wind blows them around. We end up taping them down.

    This inspired me to make a 3D design. It’s just the right size to slip a business card in with an open window that only covers about 1/8″ around the edges. If any readers have a 3D printer, contact me and I’ll gladly send the STL file so you can print your own. They should print for only about .25 or less.

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