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    My individual cards go into cello bags and are protected and look nice - however I have some craft fairs coming up and I want to be able to sell sets of my cards - how should I package them? Boxes? Tie up with ribbon? i quite fancy doing something recycled but I'm stuck!!
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  • #2
    You could buy one lot of this, get the pattern and then make your own....?

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    • #3
      Hmmm - I could make the base like one of these, pile the cards in and use ribbon round to make them look pretty??
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      • #4
        I believe thebagnboxman do boxes for cards.
        Or use your cereal packets, theyd be good to cut up and make into boxes.
        https://folksy.com/shops/GrimmExhibition


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        • #5
          http://www.craftcreations.co.uk/page...ml?category=90

          craft creations sell lots of different sizes, the more you buy the more you save!
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          • #6
            i have made christmas card box sets this year they look better in boxes more presentable

            however if you get time you could make your own box just buy the size you need and draw round it on nice card this way you get to chose what patten papper you like and colour
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            • #7
              If not pdacraftandpaper do a great range of goodies including card boxes

              Wendy xx
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              • #8
                Depending on the size of the card, what about using a Persil tablet box?

                I noticed the other day that they looked a good size for displaying cards!

                If you need any give me a shout as I have a few!!!

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                • #9
                  Plenty of nice boxes you can make or buy but I think ribbon is alot more attractive and grabs your eye. Alot quicker too than decorating plain boxes.

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                  • #10
                    Me and my friend had the same idea, she found some boxes with clear fronts on ebay and put them in that in packs of about 8 i think and then put ribon around it, while i just tied ribon around mine. But to be honest though neither of ours got looked at. Seemed that people only wanted to part with a few pounds and prefered looking at indivual ones. And they never grasped my concept of yes you can buy a pack but u can choose which ones go in and can take the ribon off to see which ones i had put together. hope ive explained myself well!!
                    good luck.

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