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earthlyjewels
« on: September 06, 2010 11:16:48 PM »

hi everyone...

i was just wondering...for all those that make and sell jewelry (especially those that make them at home and sell online)... how do you store your finished items (stocks) while waiting for them to get sold. Do you already package them? or keep them in boxes?

my finished products are a mess and i wanted to get ideas from the experts out there.  I'd love your ideas...and pictures would be awesome too!!!

thanks in advance
penny
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