I don’t want to offend any of our adorable Buddy Bags by saying they all look alike, but let’s face it, they all look alike, especially when they’re empty.
Remembering which are your favorites can be difficult when they’re out of the packaging and in use in your craftroom, bathroom, closet, garage, etc.
Here’s a quick easy way to label your Buddy Bags so you can remember who’s who.
When you receive your new Buddy Bags, they come in a package that looks like this. Remove the Buddy Bag carefully from the package so you preserve the name on the label.
Cut the name off the label – you can use either the large font on the front or the small font on the back.
Put the cut piece into the bottom of the bag, BEFORE you put the interior liner box into the bag.
Easy! Now when you need another Buddy Bag, or when a crafty pal asks you which bag you’re using, you’ll be able to share the name with her.
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I have been doing that since I got them. I have people ask me all the time which bag it is and I can just look at the name I put in it.
Thats a great idea, thanks for sharing. I would also like to share a tip, as a fan who has built at least 50 buddy bags. Leave the protective film on until after you make the creases. This prevents the folds from splitting. I learned the hard way!
There is a very thin protective film over the interior trays for the buddy bags. It helps to keep the trays from getting scratched. It’s so clear, it’s difficult to notice. It doesn’t hurt anything to leave it on. T.
This is such a great idea and so simple to do.
I’ve been doing this from the first buddy bag purchase!
I have been doing that. I also cut the small picture of each of the bags for reference. It is also helpful to keep what items work best for each of them. Love my Tiffany bags. Thank you for the tip on leaving the protective film on until after you make the creases Kathy Boyd. I have a bunch to put together.