20 July 2018

Thinking about packaging

This is the part I hate. Why? Well because to me it shouldn't be that important as it's the product itself that people are buying and that should be the main thing.

BUT I know that everything has to be packaged prettily and attractively. I know this because even when I go to out to shop I'm aware that my eyes stray to a pretty package sometimes instead of the quality of the product in the package.

So, my conundrum. How do I package my tatting?

I'll have a variety of things to take to the craft sale in October so I'll have to address several challenges on this score. The first one was the button brooches I've made.

I was lucky to find some dear little clear boxes in The Works here in town but they provided a challenge in assembling them as there were no written instructions and a very hard to follow diagram. In the end BC3 managed to make them up. Here are a few of the brooches.


Maureen said...

Yes, they do need to be presented beautifully, and the clear boxes are perfect. Another source of those is a florist's shop- it's where I find the tiny boxes for my Christening cake booties.I have to make another pair of those for no. 10 , number 11 isn't quite ready for that as yet.

God's Kid said...

Very beautiful packaging!!! I like that your brooches are the "highlight" and color!!! :)

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

The clear packaging shows off your brooches beautifully!

Madtatter80 said...

Presentation is everything 🌻😁🌻

Jane McLellan said...

Well done to BC 3 because they work well.

Carol Schockling Lawecki said...

The packaging is perfect for these lovely brooches!!

Bernice said...

The packages are very pretty but I like the brooches better, lucky me I have one already.

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