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HerbalEarthling

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Hi guys and gals! :wave: Recently, I was contacted by a shop that is out of state that wants to feature my products in their shop. In the contract it states that everything must have a price tag attached with a removable part that they use to keep track of sales. How in the world am I going to put a price tag on a little stick of lip balm or a jar that has very flush lids that they could fall off? This concept is totally new to me as when I sell at the markets and other local shops, I have signage that lists the prices of all of my products. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
 

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I think you will need to order them already printed. Because even if you find the tags, you probably need a special printer to print on them. Try an office catalogue - the giant book that businesses get.
 

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I think you will need to order them already printed. Because even if you find the tags, you probably need a special printer to print on them. Try an office catalogue - the giant book that businesses get.
I wouldn't mind hand writing the info on them, I'm only stocking about 30 items. What I thought about doing is printing off a full sheet of printed text with my consignor info, price, etc and then using cute paper punches to cut them out. I just don't know how to attach them without damaging my label. Printing labels with price tags is way out of the question as I already have all of my labels figured out precisely how I want them to be and I'm not changing them for just 1 shop.
 

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What about these? One of my consignment shops makes me put them on my items with my initials so they know who sold what. They just peel right off.

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Avery also makes removable labels. Not sure how you will do small items though.
 

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Maybe elastic cord? You can pouch a small hole in the label, slip the cord through, knot it, then slide it over the item maybe?
 

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