Thursday, 21 July 2011

Woof!

I have been busy playing with paper this week.  This wavy dog is one of my latest tag designs but he still needs to have a lead put through his/her collar.

The handmade nature of these tags means that they will all have slight variations.  I have had a few enquiries as to whether I will be offering any of my tags for sale.  If I get enough interest I will consider opening a Pay pal account to accept payment online otherwise I will have to stick to personal cheques in the UK only.  I was thinking of offering a bag of 20 assorted tags for £10.00 plus P&P.  That works out at 50p per tag.  A bargain when you consider that I have designed, hand drawn, hand cut and paper pieced (where necessary) each tag.

The tags can be used to tie onto gifts or bottles.  All you need to add is some brown paper/ tissue paper or fabric for wrapping, or you can use the tags as bookmarks, as presentation tags for jams, jellies, chutney's and other homemade produce or anything else you can think of - suggestions welcome!

To register your interest in purchasing some tags (no commitment - just want to get an idea of how many I need to make) then please email me at simone.lindengrove@gmail.com.

If you have suggestions for other types of tags for me to make - I am making some hats at the moment - then please leave a comment at the end of this post. 

Woofs and tail wags and thank you!

7 comments:

greenthumb said...

So cute,

summerfete said...

gingerbread men!!

Lyn said...

Im interested Simone....and I am still waiting for that children's book!!!!
xxx

greenrabbitdesigns said...

Love the doggies. :)
I would say rabbits but I already know you do them as I have some of your gorgeous bunnies!
Yes I would be interested in buying some!
Vivienne x

Rosie said...

So sweet - I'm interested in your tags - what a great idea:)

Hen said...

How about giant fruit/veg tags? Strawberries, cherries, oranges, tomatoes and so on, so that they could be tied to homemade jams/cordials/brandies/marmalades/chutneys?
Hen x

Louise said...

Such a clever idea to use the string of the tag as a lead. I wonder if I would have thought of that? I don't use a lot of tags, so wouldn't think of buying any at the moment, but never say never. x