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1  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Crafty Business Discussion / In need of packaging tips. on: September 12, 2008 11:14:45 AM
Hi everyone!  My boyfriend has a bit of a dilemma so I'm coming to you for help/ideas/etc.  He's in a band & they have a show coming up tomorrow.  They have 3 songs that are being put on discs as we speak to sell at the show.  However, we don't know how we're going to package them.  It's kind of like an all-day/night festival he's playing at, so the people buying the packages will be most likely carrying them around all day.  He's selling a pin, sticker, & 3-song CD all in one package, so you don't want all those loose ends because not only are people not going to want to carry that all around with them all day but they could fall out of pockets etc.  I was thinking shrink wrap, but apparently those machines cost a lot of money. 

Then I thought maybe just regular old plastic wrap, but it won't look very professional looking if you do that.  Plus, I don't think the plastic wrap is thick enough & am afraid the pin will puncture through.

Any ideas?
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