Stamped tags by Well It’s Okay
As an indie retailer, you work hard to create a unique and creative shopping environment. Every little detail counts, including your price tags. Take advantage of customized tags to express your store’s personality and continue your branding efforts.
Your price tags are a small, but important detail. They are found all over your store, so make them as pretty as the rest of your decor. Almost every customer will hold or glance at tags to view pricing and sizing information. This information can sometimes be daunting, so a cheerful tag can lighten the mood. Most importantly, tags go home with customers when they make a purchase. Including your brand name, website, or address will remind them to return for another visit. Here are a few ideas for customizing your tags
Use Upcycled Materials
There are plenty of options for eco-friendly and cost-effective tags. Search your house or local thrift stores for maps, pages from old books, or recycled boxes. Use a tag punch or scissors to cut out the basic shape.
Design and Nonsense used scraps of decorative paper and ribbon.
The Happy Heathen used vintage wallpaper.
Enhance Basic Tags
9000things added washi tape.
Paper & Stitch used a paint pen.
Short on time? Try a quick fix
Sometimes you’re just too busy for an advanced DIY session. In a pinch, use your existing business cards. All the important information is already listed. This works best if one side is blank. You could also design a custom stamp or stickers to add onto existing solid tags. Don’t forget to include your logo or contact information.
Creating DIY tags is a great project for your Summer interns on a slow day. Stock up so you can quickly tag new merchandise as it arrives. Your merchandise will shine with this beautiful subtle detail.
Find more DIY Price tag inspiration on our Pinterest board!