Double Post and Earwire Punch Tool for Making Custom Earring Display Cards
Here at Halstead we’re all about helping you succeed and a few ways we can do that is to supply you with educational materials and tools that can help you in your jewelry business. This punch card jewelry tool is just one of those ways. Branding is an important factor of your business and finished earrings hanging from a business card or hand written card with your name and a thank you note on it can go a long way with a customer.
Another great way to ensure that they keep your card on hand is to print additional information on the opposite side of the card, as well. A little extra information never hurts, such as fun facts about the piece they bought, what materials it was made from, or what inspired you when you designed them. These are meaningful and interesting facts that can add that special touch to the beautiful pieces they just purchased or received. Our series of card punches can be used for different earring findings, necklaces, bracelets, bangles and more.
We also have a wide array of blog articles, downloads and charts that can help you to grow your business even more. The more educated you are, the more you will be able to share with your customers. You can read them all at blog.halsteadbead.com. Here are a couple of articles to get you started in branding your business: Document Storytelling to Add Value to Your Jewelry Brand and 5 Ways to Educate Your Jewelry Customer. This extra step will be worth it! These fantastic card punches can be used on business cards, cardstock, greeting cards and scrapbook paper. For more information on how to use these punches, check out the video below for step-by-step instructions and ideas on what cards to use. Shop our entire collection of card punches and other great jewelry making supplies at Halstead.
Anti Tarnish: No
Flags: Clearance Items
Weight: 0.250 Pounds per Piece
Notes: Dimensions: 2in(w)x3.25in(l)x2in(h). The punching tool will punch ¾” from the top of the card and there is ¾” in between punched holes.