Photographers: Let’s Create Your Very Own Custom Packaging

Photographers: Let’s Create Your Very Own Custom Packaging

 

So many photographers have been asking for it…..and today, we are happy to announce the Design Aglow Paper Shop is now offering beautiful, affordable, custom embossing for our entire modular line of eco luxe photo boxes, bags, and presentation envelopes! That’s right, friends. We are up and running and even offering you a sweet deal to get started today.

For the next 7 days, you can create a free custom studio die ($50 value) with your first embossing purchase of $50 or more.

Your custom die will allow us to customize all of your packaging in the future, with your very own studio name or logo.

Have questions? Learn what embossing is, how it’s different from letterpress, and how you can get all your packaging embossed for one low price in our Embossing FAQ Guide.

Ready to create your free studio logo die ($50 value) for free? It’s easy (and fast too)!

1. Add the Embossing Starter Package to your cart

2. Add any products (bags, boxes, folders) you would like embossed to your cart. The Embossing Starter Package includes unlimited embossing for your first order, so add to your heart’s content! You can also add non-embossable products like tissue and ribbon.

3. Apply code “EMBOSS” during checkout. This code will discount your order by $50, making the creation of your die absolutely FREE! (note: the code will only work if you have the Embossing Starter Package in your cart)

Ready? Click here to get started and create your own custom luxe packaging today!




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