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the packaging starter kit is here!

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Meet our Paper Shop Starter Kit, an introduction to the greenest packaging line on the market. This is more than just a handful of swatches, it’s a stunning collection of boxes, bags, tissue paper and envelopes you can actually use! Our Starter Kit is a breath of fresh style for your brand. More than a handful of swatches, you have a 100% usable modular set of our favorite boxes, bags and more! Your Starter Kit comes with everything you need to explore the Design Aglow Paper Shop’s curated collection of fine quality, eco-friendly packaging we offer.

What's Included:
• (1) 11x14 Kraft Box
• (1) 8x10 Charcoal Box
• (1) 5x7 White Box (with tissue)
• (1) Medium Charcoal Bag
• (1) White Small Bag
• (1) Large Kraft Envelope
• (1) Small Charcoal Envelope
• (1) White 6x8 Presentation Folder
• Ribbon

What are you waiting for? Your new, luxurious packaging is waiting for you!




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