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Packaging eye candy for handmade jewelry

handmade jewelry pretty packaging Packaging eye candy for handmade jewelry

Of all the items I’ve been receiving in my mailbox, handmade items are my favorite.  More often than not, they all looked too pretty to open up and you can tell that there is a lot of love that goes into the making of such items when it’s also well packaged.  This jewelry set I purchased from Pastel Petals is by far, the loveliest that I’ve received.   The whole packaging matched the feminine grace of the necklace and the delicate looking earrings even came in a little glass bottle! 

 Packaging eye candy for handmade jewelry

Anyway, here are my other purchases that arrived this week. Just Mabel from Sweet Contemplation – black metal and sterling silver chainmaille pendant.  It came in a little blue pouch but I like the pretty namecard.

 Packaging eye candy for handmade jewelry

Buttercup Bouquet Lariat Necklace from Cymbaline’s Designs.  I didn’t get the matching buttercup earrings because I already have a pair of bell flower earrings that match pretty well.  The necklace arrived in a neat white box; nothing fanciful but I like it nonetheless.

It’s such a pity that I never took pictures of packagings in the past.  I should take more pictures of them next time and post it up on my facebook or flickr.  They make good eye candies!

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About Sesame Chew

Blogger and founder of Viva Woman, Sesame is a skin care addict who is fond of using natural & organic beauty products. She also enjoys ogling at handmade jewelry & cute stationery.



  1. yeah they are so cute!

  2. I absolutely agree with you! The packaging makes receiving the purchases such a delight!

  3. black necklace looks gorgeous!

  4. They are so pretty:)

  5. Thanks for the love!!

    I like the thought of smiley faces when people open their purchases from me. Am so happy you like it. :)

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