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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by werecatrising, Mar 16, 2010.
Quote:Eggcartons.com has a nice selection of clear plastic cartons & their shipping is really fast!
Quote:These are samples of various types of artwork you can choose from:
This is a sample of several different sample labels in the 3inch by 3.75 inch format:
These are my own personal labels:
Looking for somthing a little different? Let me know and I'll see what I can do!
I got my cartons from eggcarton's.com and the label from adozengirlz.
I use the labels on the ones I give away. They go to friends, family, people who are really interested in my birds. They all love the labels! I'm not so happy with the actual cartons, though. They are really flimsy and don't close tight.
I love the pink carton too.
I love the labels ADozenGirlz made for me! And so do my customers - and everyone else in the office to whom I showed them!
I also wanted to share the first half-dozen I actually SOLD (as opposed to given away as 'samples')!
Quote:Aw, thanks! (blush) The eggs are gorgeous!
Quote:people give me the plastic ones, I hate them, they are slippery to handle more then one or if carrying them on top of a book etc so keep that in mind.
I don't care when they are empty but it sucks when you drop a dozen eggs.
I have labels from adozengirlz also. They are beautiful..... and people love them. They add a nice touch to the carton. I ordered the clear six egg hexagon shape carton from Randall Burkey. They are also thin but they do close very well. I liked the fact that I could order in small amounts like 10. My girlfriend has given me clear 3 way folding cartons from the store and they are also thin plastic but those don't seem to close as well. I love the feel and sturdiness of cartons made from cardboard but I love the clear ones also. I don't like styrafoam.