Spice Up Your Egg Cartons With Stamps
Let’s increase those egg sales by spicing up your egg cartons! It’s no secret that doing a little “extra” will make a difference in your business. I have created a list of materials and items to help you create eye-catching egg cartons.
- Paper Egg Cartons – I prefer the 3×4 cartons over the 2×6 because I prefer a larger stamp on the outside.
- Stamp for the Carton – I selected a large egg stamp that was personalized with our farm name and saying “Farm Fresh Eggs”. I ordered my personalized stamp through Etsy.
- Egg Stamps – Meyer Hatchery offers a wide variety of egg stamps but my two favorites are the “Laid in America” and “Farm Fresh” ones.
- Ink Pad – I use an extra-large egg stamp with black ink so that it accommodates all of my stamp sizes.
- String or Twine – I use both colored string and twine to wrap my cartons and to attach the tag with.
- Tags – Tags come in different shapes and sizes. Craft stores such as Michaels, Joann’s, Hobby Lobby, etc. carry these tags. You can also order them from Amazon, or make your own.
- Tag Punch – A tag punch is great for cutting blank tags that you can embellish any way you want. You can find tag punches on Amazon and craft stores.
Step 1 – Stamp your Logo/Farm stamp on top of your egg carton
Step 2 – Stamp your eggs
Step 3 – Arrange your eggs in the carton
Step 4 – Wrap the carton in twine or string
Step 5 – Apply a personalized tag
Have fun and happy decorating!
Watch a Video Demo on Decorating Cartons
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