The Charm Factory: Customized Tags for Your Jewelry Business

The Charm Factory has a charm for every occasion, event, person and holiday. With over 5000 charms, you are certain to find a few perfect to make a bracelet or necklace uniquely “you”. It can be fun to just sit and look through all the fun charms offered. The Charm Factory is also a great resource for jewelry makers to find unique items to add to their creations.

The Charm Factory also serves jewelry makers by offering a wide selection of custom engraved jewelry tags. You can choose the thirty fonts to represent your name or company name. You may also chose from monogram styles if that suits your purposes. Tags come in sterling sliver, copper black oxide, polished brass, silver plated and sterling silver plated 14K gold. You can choose the shape such as oval, heart shaped, and rectangular. The size is also another detail you can choose. If you have a logo, you can email it to The Charm Factory and they will engrave it on your tag. If you require your tag may be engraved on both sides for only 60 cents per tag.

I found the tag gave my jewelry a professional look as well as making my name as memorable as the item. I was so excited to see my company’s name engraved on my tags! I chose the sterling silver rectangular tag. It’s solid, shiny, and gives a nice touch. This is a great idea for those with Esty shops, Christmas gifts, party favors, and website promotions or any event or promotion you are a part of. If you are in business you know how important it is to get your brand out there and noticed. Your work is your best promotion so brand it and keep it memorable. It would be a shame if someone complimented your work but the person wearing it could not remember who made it. For the cost, quality, and impact, The Charm Factory is your place for customized tags.

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About Richele McFarlin

Richele is a Christian homeschooling mom to four children, writer and business owner. Her collegiate background is in educational psychology. Although it never prepared her for playing Candyland, grading science, chasing a toddler, doing laundry and making dinner at the same time.