hand lettered packaging accessories are here!

 

Make your already beautiful packaging from the Paper Shop next-level gorgeous with the Packaging Accessories: Hand Lettered Edition. Like elegant little notes for your bags, boxes, and folders, this calligraphic artistry is the extra special touch that turns your branding into its own work of art. Don’t be surprised when clients ask how to purchase stickers, gift tags, and bookmarks for their own packaging needs!

Packaging Accessories: Hand Lettered Edition at a glance:
8 customizable Photoshop templates
Fully layered PSD files
Upsell these products to your clients as stickers, tags, and bookmarks that are giftable to family and friends, or repurpose for blog & social media promotions or sneak peeks.

To complete your look, check out the versatile Hand Lettered Card Collection in the Shop.

*Special thanks to Something Beautyfull Portrait & Lifestyle Photography, Jenny McCann Photography, Cluney Photo, Ben Yew Photography and Alana Rasbach Photography for the lovely images in our samples.

Click here to check them out in the shop!




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