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Thread: How do you put the prices on your items?

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    I am trying to get a table at a Christmas craft show in November. I was wondering how you tag the prices onto your items. Do you put a sticker with the $ amount directly on the item or ?
    Thanks
    Patty

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    Super Member Tink's Mom's Avatar
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    It doesn't make a differance how many signs/price tags you have on a item, some people will still ask how much...
    I like hang tags with a safety pin more than stickers...some times the sticker can leave a bit of residue.

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    I find it easy to have a price tag on everything, because I tend to have memory lapses and forget prices (I think they call this old age). It makes it easier if someone else is helping you too. I found that using a quilting gun to attach tags worked really well on fabric items.

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    I would just attach in the middle of anything that you put out and make it large so that people can see it. I think that the quilt gun or the safety pin is the best way to attach a price to things also.

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    KayQuilt, where in East Texas are you (if you don't mind me asking)? I live in Kerens which is just east of Corsicana.

    To stay on topic, I would use the safety pin with the tags that have the little strings on them.

    Suzanne

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