November Packaging Inspiration for Photographers: 9 Ways to Channel Fall

November Packaging Inspiration for Photographers: 9 Ways to Channel Fall

Despite what Target, JC Penney, and every mall everywhere might be suggesting, it’s still November, which means that at Design Aglow, we’ve still got the crunchy leaf/apple cider/autumn color feeling. Using our Paper Shop packaging, the new Packaging Accessories: Modern Minimalist Edition, and some details collected from craft and office supply stores, we’ve put together a fall inspiration board that makes your art even more warm and cozy.

See below for details:

1. Charcoal box (a Design Aglow exclusive!), bookmark, natural ribbon.

2. Small kraft welcome folder, business card from the Individualist Marketing Suite, feather cut from a Serendipity pattern printed on double-sided matte paper from Staples, white ribbon.

3. White bag, khaki tissue, gift tag, leaf cut from a Serendipity pattern printed on double-sided matte paper from Staples, moss ribbon.

4. Kraft box, vertical sticker, twine and crochet ribbon from Michael’s.

5. Charcoal bag, white tissue, gift tag, twig from backyard.

6. Kraft box, feathers cut from Serendipity patterns printed on double-sided matte paper from Staples, twine from Michael’s.

7. White boxes, bookmark, pewter ribbon.

8. Kraft bag, khaki tissue, horizontal sticker, leaf cut from a Serendipity pattern printed on double-sided matte paper from Staples, natural ribbon.

9. Charcoal box, square sticker, twine from Michael’s.

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