december packaging inspiration - ‘tis the season for festive wrapping

Using our Paper Shop packaging, the new Packaging Accessories: Hand Lettered Edition, and some details collected from craft stores and our own backyard, we’ve put together a holiday inspiration board that makes your art even more special. See below for details:

1. Kraft box, bookmark, linen and twine from Michael’s, rosemary herbs, peppermint candy cane.

2. Charcoal wrapping paper, gift tag, silver ribbon from Target, blue ribbon from Michael’s.

3. White box,business card from the Tres Chic Marketing Suite, white ribbon, linen, berry with twig and silver snowflake all from Michael’s.

4. Charcoal bag, sticker, twig with berries and gift tag from Michael’s.

5. White box, circle sticker, gold spray-painted pine cone from Target, linen fabric (cut and frayed after purchase) from Michael’s.

6. Small kraft welcome folder, gift tag, charcoal ribbon, leaves from Michael’s.

7. White bag, sticker, evergreen sprig.

8. Large kraft welcome folder, price list from the Modern Minimalist™ Marketing Suite, ribbon & jingle bell from Michael’s, old sheet music.

9. Small charcoal bag, sticker, christmas tree cut out of paper.

TIP: Ask for tree trimmings at Christmas tree lots and use them to decorate your packages. Discarded branches usually go in the trash, so you’ll probably get to take some home for free! Have questions? Want to show off your holiday packaging inspiration? Let us know on FacebookPlace orders by December 15th for guaranteed deliver by December 25th~




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