Monday, February 28, 2011

Sample Pouches

Sample Pouch Labels—at convention some of you might remember that one of the other consultants was talking about how she had some small Mylar pouches that she filled with samples of the product and then took to parties.  That way she did not have to take tons of supplies to each party and guests could easily see what she was talking about.  I made some up and you can down load the labels I made and make some of you own.

I happened to have some of the Mylar pouches so I made some up.  I put in samples of the THRIVE products that I have at home that I don't take to parties (let's be honest you can't take everything).
To purchase the Mylar bags I used contact Lisa Warnick (she is consultant number 1).  They are not very expensive and I think it makes a great visual for the customers.
You could also seal a sample of each product in a food saver pouch.    I don’t recommend using ziplock bags, I don’t this is a very professional way to showcase the products. 
Lisa Warnick
Email :
Phone : 801-949-5385

To print the labels:
Buy some labels.  I formatted these to fit the Avery 48860 Labels.  I bought them at Wal-Mart.  They have a photo of pine trees on the package and are called "Eco Friendly White Address Labels." I think they cost $4.00 for 10 sheets. This project uses 3 sheets.  The package I bought looks like this:   

Print off the labels:  Here is the Link to a Google doc
Thrive Labels

If you want the word document instead of a PDF e-mail me and I'll send it to you.
Game: Recently on the Discussion form one of the consultants 

At my party today, I played this game. I labeled 10 snack zip bags #1-#10 and put different vegies in each one. Then I played the game where you have to guess what the vegie is. Well, of course everyone can tell what they are. That's the point...FD doesn't change the shape or color. And a perfect way to let everyone know, "What you see, is what you get!" 
I think this is a great idea.

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