Sponsored Post: Simple, Beautiful, Natural Packaging Solutions from Kraft & Jute

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Kraft paper. Cardboard. Burlap. On the face of it, these materials sound hard-working and industrial, but not necessarily...pretty. Which is why Kraft & Jute's collections of packaging solutions, created from these exact materials, register as particularly, unexpectedly lovely: their CD sleeves, corrugated boxes, album covers, print sleeves, and USB packaging elevate ordinary elements into small artisan treasures, objects unto themselves rather than just “wrapping” to discard. Kraft & Jute's stitchwork and attention to detail create products that are worthy of your presentation, and will subtly reinforce your brand presence to your clients. 

 

Making materials traditionally viewed as “crafty” to appear sleek and modern is no small feat; Kraft & Jute's careful designs complement even the most contemporary of studio images. As an example, we paired our Modern Portrait Welcome Packet: Minimalist Edition, with its precise typography and wide open spaces, with Kraft and Jute's natural packaging. The results, we think, are nothing less than stunning: the eco-friendly packaging softens the edges of the Welcome Packet, making it friendly and accessible for a family portrait audience. Replicate this kraft packaging look with the following products: the Presentation Packet, the 11x14” Kraft Print Sleeve, the Corrugated Keepsake Box, and the Burlap USB/Wallet Pouch (check out all its adorable lining options!). We kept our packaging unadorned, but customizing your own products is always a possibility with their online design options. 

 

More about Kraft & Jute: Kraft & Jute creates packaging for photographers, wedding stationery for brides- and grooms-to-be, creative paper and burlap solutions for businesses, and other product lines due to launch in 2013. The business came to life in 2011, as photographer/owner Jessica Lewis designed products to meet her photography packaging needs.  With the addition of Melisa Zimmerman to direct the business and development functions, Kraft & Jute has since expanded into creative solutions for businesses and specialty items for weddings.  The company's products are purchased by customers across the country and around the world.  With a company motto of “Simple & Beautiful,” Kraft & Jute offers naturally-inspired, eco-friendly items, personalized to fit the needs of the customer.  The range of Kraft & Jute's many unique items may be viewed at kraftandjute.com.




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