New Packaging for Stitch Markers

I finished the packaging for my stitch markers. It actually came together quite quickly, once I took the time to sit down and assemble…

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Although I loved the little velvet pouches just as my jewelry comes in, I didn’t have a way to display these clearly for studio sales or up-coming trunk shows, thus making the little black pouches ineffective. I also wanted to make sure each piece was secure in its respective packaging. This, also keeps the cost down…and rubber stamps helped achieve that overall handmade feel I was going for.

I’m going to do several variations of the “knitting bling“. I know I have really enjoyed using them with my own knitting/crochet rather than the usual rubber/plastic stitch markers I normally use…

signatureLeilani Cleveland Deveau is a self-taught jewelry artist with over sixteen years of experience. 4 years ago she added the fiber arts (wool processing/dyeing/carding/spinning, knitting, crochet and felting) to her long list of creative interests. Leilani welcomes questions or comments from other crafters and handmade artists, as well as requests for custom, wholesale or consignment jewelry. Her home studio is located in the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia. You can contact her by email: leilani@bb3.com or stay informed by subscribing to her monthly newsletter (a draw for a giveaway each month!). See sign up button at right on main blog page.

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