Say Hello to the Design Aglow Paper Shop

 

Photographers: your paper chase is over. No more sourcing your boxes, bags, wrapping, packets, tissue, and ribbons from different vendors. We’re simplifying your packaging solutions with our one-stop packaging shop. That’s right: the Design Aglow Paper Shop is ready to take your order! Head over to the shop for simple, modular, eco-friendly packaging thoughtfully created for busy photographers like you. Some Paper Shop highlights:

  • Affordable, high quality photo boxes & bags in three core colors

  • A money-saving solution for wrapping any odd-sized product, frame, album, and canvas–giant rolls of kraft paper!

  • Custom designed folders created just for Design Aglow’s Welcome Packets

  • Vibrant tissue and ribbon to coordinate with any brand

  • The exclusive Charcoal collection of boxes and bags–so much more chic than glossy black

  • Impeccable eco credentials, with products made from materials like grass pulp and methods like hydroelectricity. Special embossed seals let your clients know you care about the planet

  • No minimum order

  • Worldwide shipping

  • Custom embossing coming next week!
Once you receive your first order, be sure to post pictures to our Facebook page. We’d love to see how you’ve made this packaging work for your business. For first access to custom embossing and other exclusive offers and resources, sign up here.


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