Friday, April 30, 2010

Quick Merchandise Bags

This is probably a pretty obvious idea, but sometimes those are the ones we miss. I am still deciding on things I want and need for off line events. I needed some bags to send my goodies off to their new homes and made the simple bags.

I just took plain white lunch sacks, I got a bag of 40 at Target for about $2.00 I use these address size labels with my shop address for lots of purposes so I have these on hand.

Other ways to jazz up lunch sacks:
  1. Stickers
  2. Rubber stamps
  3. Buttons and brads
  4. Die cuts
  5. Business cards
  6. fabric scraps
  7. scrapbook paper
  8. Recycle greeting cards
  9. Recycle gift wrap
  10. Newspaper or magazine clippings
There are probably dozens of ways to use these bags at a low cost. If you sell children items have kids do some doodling or coloring with crayons, offer colors to use that match your business cards.

Feel free to share your ideas and get creative!

5 comments:

owlsomegifts said...

What a great idea! It's simple and inexpensive... and a great way to jazz up someone's purchase!

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katrinna louise said...

That's a great idea. I ordered stamps from a shop on Etsy (never got them, but oh well) and was planning on stamping some paper bags - but a sticker sounds a little quicker.

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