Thursday, February 23, 2012

Tag! You're It!

At some point your jewelry or art beads may need to be put on display or take a trip somewhere. A gift given on a lovely card, tag or in a package is all the more special! Jewelry displayed on a simple but original card will help it stand out and give it a back ground to stand out on. Recycling is a great way to make original tags. Old magazines or news print can be the perfect base for a fantastic card. 

Handmade cards and pins from Carrie Rubalcava.
Wooden cards/tags from
Jewelry and cards from Tobi Jo Green at
 Packaging and pendant from
Pillow box from

Clean and lovely!
Satin and paper hang tags from
Felted art dolls and bead from

No more wire hangers! Except for these from karboojeh Handmade Jewelry

Stamped tags from Humblebeads.

What are your favorite ways to display or send jewelry or beads?


Cindy said...

My goodness! What a beautiful line up of packaging ideas.... I've received some from Yolanda's Clay and thought they were really stunning. And Heather's new cards are really sweet. I have to admit I'm a bit boring in compairson...just chocolate brown boxes with robin's egg blue ribbon. :-)

Miki said...

Very nice works.

Unknown said...

Wow, I have never done anything so fancy or pretty! I need to step it up I guess! Thank you, these are lovely!

Sherri said...

Those cards/tags are really beautiful!! I had my friend who loves to scrapbook make me some tags for my jewelry and she did a fabulous job!!

Gold Charm Bracelet said...

You are absolutely is not about just buying a set of earrings the experience has to be memorable...very nice packaging and cards to tug the earrings to.

Yolanda M. said...

What a pretty selection! I feel special being among some very creative people. Thank you!

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very nice

Karboojeh Handmade Jewelry said...

Thanks for quoting my earring tags :) love the ideas you listed!

Karen Totten said...

I love the art of presentation. Very nice post - thank you!

Neena Shilvock said...

fabulous idea - nice post