My first vintage event as a vendor is less than a month away.
Yesterday involved scrubbing some suspicious goo off of a dresser (Attention: People who sell things at yard sales -- what are you doing to your furniture?!) so today I rewarded myself by making a batch of price tags.
Much more fun than scrubbing goo.
Back in the days when I sold full-time at several antique malls, I made my price tags on my printer using little images of vintage goods.
This is when it pays to never throw anything away.
The 2011 version of those tags. A little less black than the previous ones.
I wanted to find a way to attach the tags that would leave the least amount of mess behind when the tags were removed.
And I wanted to break the chains of the grease pencil pricing cycle.
This tape seems to be the answer.
I won a giveaway on Amy Cartwright’s blog for a cutetape gift certificate and went on a little shopping spree.
The tapes have fun motifs with just the right amount of stickiness so I don’t think a bunch of goo will be left behind when removed.
This is fabric tape – I don’t know what I’ll use it for yet but I just liked it.
I hope I’m not counting my MacGillivray’s Warblers before they’re hatched by making these 'SOLD' tags.
Making the world a better place one glob of goo at a time. J