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Description: Self-adhering plastic earring card adapter changes regular paper earring cards into hanging cards.
Jewelry Making Journalfree jewelry tutorials, plus a friendly community sharing creative ideas for making and selling jewelry. I fold the cards in half so that I can use the inside of the card to write a message or list the price. A couple more questions…where do you purchase the tented cards and do you print them on your own computer? Tricia I love the idea of using the cardstock it’s a great cost saver but my question is how much space do you allow for your earrings? Hey Kris: As far as the size of the cards, I tailor them to meet each individual pair of earrings.
I make my own earring cards, when I designed them, I added 2 dots(periods) and centered them so that I could use my reamer to punch the holes without the stress of making sure they are centered. Getting ready to help my 9 year old to do our first craft show with children’s jewelry. I love the idea of using the scrapbooking corner punch…it must add just the right touch to your cards.
I am just starting out (less than a year) and earring displaying has been one of my biggest display challenges from day one! By the way, in regards to the name stamp: There are a couple of online websites that offer free business cards and other products (and some even offer free shipping on the free items). I purchased card stock tonight at Michaels but I had a hard time finding anything thick that would seem to hold the weight of the earrings. Hi Patti…in response to your question about how I printed my business name on the cards, I had a rubber stamp made with my Etsy shop address on it.
It dawned on me this morning to search for rubber stamps and I am actually getting some from ETSY as I write this response.
These earring cards are very professional looking and attractive, I too will “shamelessly copy” your idea!
Does anyone tell me what size rubber stamp you ordered for the earring card, and maybe the website. Get every strategy and secret I've learned from years of selling my handmade jewelry at shows. Copyright © 2003-2016, Rena Klingenberg (or guest author named in article byline), and may not be reproduced without author's permission.
Even if you do not sell your jewelry, it is nice to have a professional presentation when giving jewelry as gifts. Simple note cards that you can buy at any office supply store or big box stores can be transformed into hang tags or earring cards. Then take a straight pin, and puncture the front with two holes for the earrings to hang from. One thing to think about when taking this route is to make sure the color of the cards will help show off your jewelry pieces.

To expand even more on the basic print shop card, you can make the cards larger so that they actually stand up. Simply peel the paper tab off the adapter and press the adhesive area to the back of a paper card.
I decided on the tented cards to address two issues: I needed a simple inexpensive way to display my earrings at craft shows, and I also wanted to add some visual interest when mailing earrings to people who purchase from my Etsy shop. I especially like the subtle design printed on the front of the card which makes your earrings instantly recognisable as your creations.
Right now I use simple gray purchased hangtags to display my earrings on a spining holder but I would love to use something less commercial looking and more handcrafted like my jewelry. But since I create them very inexpensively myself it’s not such a project to remake the ones that look a little worn.
I will continue to practice and find the right options that work for me and appreciate the pics and tips! I checked out your website…I really like your funky girl bracelets with the velvet beads. I did one similar tent type but I like the way you put one line of your bio, which I did not. Also, loved the earring cards, folded with your stamp-very professional looking, but personal at the same time. And for lever back earrings you may want to make 2 holes, one above the other, so that you can slide the lever into the bottom hole & the hook part through the top hole. I especially like your idea for folding the card around the earrings to turn it into its own little package. I am just starting out selling my wears, and since I read all your great suggestions, have changed my hang tag idea for the better.
However, if you do sell your jewelry then these items can be useful for other reasons as well. Both making or buying your own jewelry cards have some pros and cons, so here are some ideas to help you decide which you would like to do. You can stick with standard white, or you can purchase them in an assortment of colors such as pink, blue, green, and yellow. You can also use a paper punch to punch a hole in the corner, write a description about the piece of jewelry, and then use a little ribbon to tie it to the jewelry piece. The card pictured is very similar as far as the size of a note card, but it is a tad fancier because the company name as been printed on the side of the card.Just as with the note cards, you can pierce or punch holes in the card to hang them from a display, to attach them to a jewelry piece, or to hang earrings from the card. This allows you to provide your customer with product information related to the jewelry piece.
Not only is it functional but also creates visual interest when displaying earrings on a flat surface. I now use my dremel tool with a small drill bit and laid out a thin wooden template (the thin end of a wooden shim, cut to the size of my cards) with pre-drilled holes.
I just curious how you keep the earring cards looking good after people have looked and them and knocked them all over and how much space you allow for earring displaying.

However, I am not sure what weight of cardstock to order; this is not mentioned as far as I can see.
I never seem to have enough room to display all of my earrings at once in an orderly fashion, while at the same time allowing for product,pricing,and biz name info! If your earrings tend to be a bit heavier you may want to consider reinforcing the paper with small squares of cardboard to give them more strength. But I discovered a tri-fold method that works very well and stands up under almost any weight earrings! They can actually become marketing tools, and of course, they also help you display your jewelry too.When I first started out selling my hand-crafted jewelry, I made my own cards for earrings and hang tags for bracelets and necklaces.
For example, if you use gemstones in your jewelry, you can list the various stones you normally use and then check them off inside to indicate the materials used in the jewelry piece that is attached to the card. This way you end up sending some information like your web site URL along with the jewelry piece. I then stack as many cards as I want behind the template, and drill through the template for a sizeable inventory of cards in just minutes!
Also, does anyone have a recommedation of a good place to purchase cardstock for this purpose?
Also, I had dark back ground in many of my cards, thinking that it may be striking for some jewelry but then the print will not show. One way to jazz up the blank side is to use rubber stamps and an ink pad and stamp on a design, or you could make labels, such as the name of your company, and stick them to the blank side of the card. Then your hang tag or earring card turns into a marketing tool as well as a functional way to help display your jewelry.For this type of folded over card, I also created a similar card that was a hang tag (which means I could attach it to bracelets and necklaces), but it was half the size of the earring style card.
I don't know about you, but I always tend to buy a huge number of business cards, and honestly, I will probably never use them all. I have used my business cards as my earring card and it worked well but I would rather use a card with my shop name at the bottom. Another nice thing about this kind of display is it can be easily folded over the earrings and taped with a sticker to make a little package when sold! Return Policy: If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return the product and get a refund less a 20% restocking fee within 14 days. Any product you return must be in the same condition you received it and in the original packaging. If items are returned and not in original packaging or in damaged packaging, additional charges will be applied at our discretion.
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