9 People you can give handmade jewellery to as a gift and packaging ideas

We all know that not everyone likes handmade jewellery as it doesn’t suit some people and others think that it’s too cheap for them, however, you can be assured that handmade jewellery is usually made with utmost care and love and is not mass produced which means that the quality is usually very good.

With this in mind, here is a list of eight different types of people that would appreciate a gift of handmade jewellery:

  1. Someone that appreciates beauty in handmade items
  2. A person that is passionate about supporting small businesses
  3. Someone that is different and likes to have unique items
  4. A person that loves colour, gem stones and Earths beauty
  5. Someone that is not really crazy about mass produced items and doesn’t want to have the same jewellery items as hundreds of other people out there
  6. They appreciate good quality
  7. They appreciate the creativity of others
  8. You can also be sure that someone that is a hippie, Bohemian or gypsy at heart, will absolutely enjoy these gifts
  9. Someone that enjoys less dainty jewellery


You have different options with packaging your beautiful handmade jewellery gift, if you have to do it yourself. Some handmade jewellery shops would supply you with packaging on request. If, however, you have to do it yourself, you can look at the ideas below:

  • You can really use any type of packaging that you like, but it would suit it so much better if you used something handmade.


  • If you are unable to do handmade packing yourself, you can get some at a Farmers Market or a Vegan Market. There are also some party shops that will sell them.


  • If you are able to afford it, another nice way to give your gift is in a jewellery box. This would then serve as two gifts. This one is considered a spoil.


  • Another nice idea is the chiffon drawstring bag, or even one made of hessian, depending on the jewellery item you choose to give.

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