Simple, fun packaging is one of the many ways you can set yourself apart from the rest and show your clients you care. Using our Paper Shop packaging, our Packaging Accessories and some details collected from craft stores and our own backyard, we’ve put together an inspiration board that's sure to give you a few ideas for your next portrait order. See below for details:
1. White 8x10 box, linen fabric cut into a rectangle, thick stock of paper watercolored in peach and folded like an accordion, bookmark from Packaging Accessories: Artisan Edition, kraft ribbon
2. Large charcoal welcome folder, bookmark from Packaging Accessories: Artisan Edition, hemp cord, plain white cardstock cut into triangle, watercolored, with holes punched
3. Mini kraft bag, sticker from Packaging Accessories: Modern Minimalist™ Edition, twine, plain white cardstock cut into the shape of a leaf with a hole punched in it for the twine, sky blue tissue paper
4. Medium charcoal bag, sticker from Packaging Accessories: Hand Lettered Edition, hemp cord, leaf from our garden
5. Kraft 8x10 box, gift tag from Packaging Accessories: Hand Lettered Edition, hemp cord, layered flower made from khaki tissue paper
6. Small welcome folder, light blue ribbon, gift tag from Packaging Accessories: Artisan Edition, small flower from our garden
7. Mini white bag, khaki tissue paper, flower cut from heavyweight paper (painted with watercolors) and hemp cord through the middle (both from Michael’s)
8. 5x7 charcoal box, strip of heavyweight paper painted with watercolors, hemp cord from Michael’s, sticker from Packaging Accessories: Hand Lettered Edition
9. Small kraft welcome folder, moss ribbon, sticker from Packaging Accessories: Artisan Edition, small white dots made with white ink on the back of a pencil
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