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!




Also in Design Aglow Blog

Less Is More
Less Is More

0 Comments

Less is more.

Too many people attempt to do it all. Remember that kid in middle school who tried to be the all star on the dodgeball team? Nobody liked him, and he only got in everybody’s way. Focusing on one particular skill, direction, goal, project etc. takes work and effort. The drive and desire to have your hands in a little bit of everything needs to be suppressed.

Read More

All The Boxes! 25% off all USB Boxes

0 Comments

Read More

Ask The Expert: Janneke Storm
Ask The Expert: Janneke Storm

0 Comments

I was born in South Africa and moved to Australia in 2000 with my parents and younger brother. Growing up I never considered myself 'artsy’; I didn't take art at school because I couldn't draw or paint. It wasn't until senior high school that I took film and television that I discovered this passion for creativity. Still unsure of what I wanted to do with my life, I went onto university to study Communication & Graphic Design and it was then I took a photography subject. For the first time in my life, I had found something I loved doing and was relatively good at. I then went on to study a two year diploma in photography which I completed in 2011 and started my own photography business.

Read More