This is the second of a two-part series on creative uses for cello. Click here for Cello Bags & Gift Basket Tips (Part 1).
Pictured at left are a few creative uses for cello bags. You’ll think of many additional ways to use these handy cello bags. Notice how I made use of crinkle paper and fine cut paper in the bottom of some of my bags for support and to add a touch of color. Don’t forget your custom labels when using any cello product. Never miss an opportunity to put your name and logo out for all to see.
Our friends at Patricia Jane and Company tell us that everything they place in a cello bag seems to walk off the shelf or rack – see the video below.
Gourmet friendly, High Barrier Cello Bags are saran coated for increased freshness protection. Made in the USA, use these bags to keep in moisture, oils and fragrance. They are useful for potpourri and handmade soaps as well as food.
Don’t leave out our Resealable Cello Bags. I use these to package little works of art I sell on the internet. Tip: Punch two holes in the top and thread a ribbon through for a special bow touch. Customers love the free giftwrap and it costs next to nothing. These bags are good for stationery and printed publications (we put our catalogs in these when we mail them) as well as food items, CD’s and more.
Cello is useful, inexpensive and versatile. It is simple to use and fits the bill for packaging a wide range of products. Leave us a comment and tell us your super tips for using cello.