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Packaging How-To for Crafters!

April 02, 2014, 17:50 pm  Posted by Lark
 

Etsy sellers, wholesalers, gift-givers, Pinterest lovers, and home crafters, gather around! You’ve got your craft down, but what’s the best way to present it or ship it? Packaging Your Crafts is [beautifully] jam-packed with nearly 200 eye-candy photos of creative packaging ideas. You’ll also find overviews of packaging and packing materials including tips on keeping it green, 10 tutorials for specific techniques such as glass etching and image transfer, 13 designer spotlights illustrating specific products from real brands, plus downloadable box and label templates!
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You might never outgrow this book, because it offers so many resources for every level, from wrapping up a single brownie or stack of stationery to packing hundreds of t-shirts to be stacked and sold in retail stores. Check out a few of my favorite spreads below–you’ll see why I love this book so much!

 

 

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Author Viola Sutanto owns and operates San-Francisco-based creative goods company, Maika (formerly Chewing the Cud), along with a successful accompanying Etsy store. Among the items available from either the website or the Etsy store are some beautiful furoshiki cloths, meant to be used and reused as giftwrap, shopping bags, purses, scarves, tablecloths, and anything else you can think of!

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6 Responses

    Penney Bidwell says:

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