Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Promo Packaging

Good morning...
Before I get started on this post, I have to say I was glued to the inauguration yesterday. It was fabulous and it feels good to have a new president. Wasn't Aretha's hat the best? I think I was drooling as she sung, I liked it so much. I wish I could pull something off like that.

I was asked to be a sponsor for the Bead Cruise 2009. I was honored to be asked, plus it just sounded like fun. There are seventy people going on this cruise and they will be taking classes and doing fun bead things while on a cruise. Sounds like heaven to me. Too bad it's already sold out, but you can get your name on a list for next year. Anyway, the seventy participants get a goody bag when they arrive. I am sending beads but as you know beads are small and I didn't want them to get lost. My solution was to have these postcards printed up. They have a spot in the middle where the actual bead hangs, the back has my contact information, and then they are in cellophane envelopes. I am really happy with how they turned out. I think I am going to get more printed up for future use. I just thought I would share them with you.


  1. Those are so nice, Jennifer! I am sending some goodies, too, and was going to attach them to my business card with ribbon. Hope that works!

  2. Sue,
    That's a great idea too. Don't you wish you could go? It sounds like so much fun.

  3. I love these bead cards! They are so much fun!

  4. Thanks for being a beadcruise sponsor. We are getting so excited about taking out beads to the high seas!! The color of your beads go great with our tropical theme.

  5. Stunning beads! I followed your blog from a great glass artist - angelina Beadalina, and wow!

    Really love your cards. I bet all the pple will love your gift!

    Deesigned Beads

  6. I love that FAT FREE cupcake!
    Happy Birthday to you!

  7. This is my third Bead Cruise and I'm here to tell you the gift bags are one of the highlights of sailing. Thanks in advance for being a sponsor! It's my belief that everyone should take their beads to the high seas at least once in their life...;^)

  8. Those are so cute! A very clever idea.
    Those lucky bead cruisers :-)

  9. *Darling* packaging...what a great showcase for your beads!

    BTW, I posted about your classes today :-)

  10. Hi! Beautiful things are on this page!Keep working to them...


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