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DIY Product Samples | Tutorial

How to Make Your Own Product Samples on a Budget

As a business owner, you know the value of providing product samples to your potential customers. But purchasing samples in bulk can be expensive and can eat up a big portion of your budget. In this article, we’ll share a hack that can help you create product samples for less than $.50 a piece!

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Step 1: Gather Your Supplies

To get started, you’ll need to gather the supplies for making your own product samples. You’ll need small jars or containers, labels, and the product you want to sample. You can purchase small jars or containers online or at your local craft store. Labels can also be purchased online or you can create your own using a printer and label paper.

Step 2: Fill Your Jars

Once you have your supplies ready, it’s time to fill your jars with the product you want to sample. Use a small spoon or spatula to transfer the product to the jars. Be careful not to overfill the jars, as this can make them difficult to close.

Step 3: Label Your Samples

Next, you’ll need to label your samples. This is important so that your customers know what product they are sampling. You can create your own labels or use free printable labels provided by BronzedBerry for their products. The labels should include the product name, ingredients, and instructions for use.

Step 4: Distribute Your Samples

Now that your samples are ready, it’s time to distribute them to your potential customers. You can offer them as a free gift with purchase, hand them out at events, or send them home with your top paying clients. These samples are a great way to get someone “hooked” on your favorite product.

In conclusion, creating product samples doesn’t have to break the bank. By following these simple steps, you can make your own product samples for less than $.50 a piece. Remember to use high-quality ingredients and labels, and to always follow best practices for product safety. Happy sampling!

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