may packaging inspiration for photographers

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Attention to detail and unique 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, a few of pieces of our Packaging Accessories: Modern Minimalist Edition, and a some decorative items from Target, we’ve put together an inspiration board that’s sure to give you a few ideas for your next portrait delivery. See below for details:

1. 8x8 kraft album box, caribbean blue tissue paper, pistachio and hot red ribbon, opaque green bow from Target

2. Small white bag, gift tag from Packaging Accessories: Modern Minimalist Edition, caribbean blue tissue paper, green tassles from Target

3. 5x7 kraft box, pistachio and navajo turquoise ribbon, sticker from Packaging Accessories: Modern Minimalist Edition

4. 6x8 white presentation envelope, cerise tissue paper, sticker from Packaging Accessories: Modern Minimalist Edition, yellow ribbon from Target

5. 10x10 white album box, 4x6 white fineline frame (image within by Shannon Sewell), multi-colored filler from Target

6. Small white welcome folder, honeysuckle ribbon, pistachio tissue paper, orange circular decoration from Target

7. 8x10 kraft box, caribbean blue tissue paper, honeysuckle ribbon, red bow from Target

8. Medium white bag, cerise tissue paper, pistachio and navajo turquoise ribbon, sticker from Packaging Accessories: Modern Minimalist Edition

9. Large welcome folder, pistachio tissue paper, bookmark from Packaging Accessories: Modern Minimalist Edition, turquoise twine from Target

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