While you may feel as though your job as a jewelry maker is complete once you put the finishing touches on a design, there are still some things that you can do to make your jewelry even more special. When you take the time to carefully plan the presentation of your pieces, you will find that people notice and appreciate even the smallest artistic touches. Here are some tips to help you display and wrap your gifts in memorable ways.
If you are setting up a display for potential customers, then you need to take the time to make your display appealing. Use decorations around your table if you would like, but make sure that they don’t draw attention away from your jewelry. Arrange your jewelry so that it is set up to complement the colors and designs that you have chosen. This will make it more appealing for potential customers and will draw them to your booth.
Anyone can buy simple jewelry boxes from a supply store, and they all look exactly the same. You can make yours stand out by adding your own special touches to each box. You can still use the boxes from the supply stores, but decorate them to match your personal style. Find scrapbook paper that appeals to you or that complements your jewelry, and use it to wrap each box.
Make cute little gift bags in which to send home presents or purchases. Decorate the bags to represent your tastes, or order personalized gift bags online. You can add images or graphics to these, as well as your name or your company’s name.
Not only will earring and pin cards help you display your jewelry, but they can also keep it from getting lost or tangled up. Make your own unique cards by stamping or painting cardstock. Cut them to the appropriate shape, and punch holes for the ear wires and pins using an awl or a push pin.
When you make the presentation of your jewelry as beautiful as the jewelry itself, the recipients will treasure the pieces even more. Not only will you show them that you are a skilled jewelry maker, but you will also demonstrate that you pay close attention to even the smallest details. It will make your jewelry more special for each person who views it.