I promised you more ideas for those wonderful tissue boxes, so here is part two: price tags.
I happen to have this handy dandy Fiskers circle cutter, but tracing a small cup and cutting it out works just fine too. I cut a variety of sizes because a small tag looks ridiculous on a big piece, and a big tag looks ridiculous on a small piece.
I also (by eye) cut some strips from the side panels of the boxes, and then trimmed off the corners.
Punch a hole, and voila! Custom made price tags for your lovely hand crafted items. The store I have my pottery in right now has a big focus on eco-friendly packaging, so I thought these would fit the bill. They are big enough that I can write a little description or care instructions if I need to.
AKA: gift tags too, if you need to label a whole bunch of things. I actually like to make a whole bunch of these at once and then keep them in a bowl for adding a tag to just about anything.
I tie them on with yarn or twine.
As always lately, there is pottery drying and awaiting transport to the kiln.
And since it was nice and chilly this weekend, I took the opportunity to test out a few recipes:
This Amish Coleslaw that I found at The Sanctuary Homestead. Thank you Kristine. I imagine you are supposed to wait a while before you eat it, like pickles, but we cracked one open the same day and it is quite tasty. Crunchier than I was expecting. 3 out of 4 of us enjoyed it a lot... surprisingly, N (who loves coleslaw normally) would not eat it, but S, who usually only eats it if he HAS to, gobbled it right up.
And these Chocolate chip zucchini, coconut cookies from Practical Stewardship were a big hit. They were meant to be for snacks before cross country training, but everyone snuck some in their lunch today. I guess that means they like them.
Linking up with: Frugal by Choice, Cheap by Necessity for Homemade Monday
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