clean and simple packaging for your photography studio

clean and simple packaging for your photography studio

Today Maria of Camomint Photography shares her recent packaging success, "For my packaging I was looking for clean and simple design, just as templates that Design Aglow offers. I always felt a bit sad looking at the packaging photos Design Aglow provided, understanding that once I get a template I will have a headache of where and how to print it. So when Design Aglow offered a Packaging Starter Kit, I knew I had to get one.

This is my first attempt to use Design Aglow packaging. At first I was going to use only a small welcome folder, since it has these nice little compartments on the sides. I put a Thank you note in one of them, and referral cards in another. Prints fit wonderfully in the middle. After I got the folder set up, I've realized, that it perfectly fits into 8"x10" charcoal print box and looks much more worthwhile. I like that the welcome folder has two small pockets, in which a Thank you note and referral cards fit nicely. I really didn't want them to be lost among the prints. I like that the client has to open it, and take some time to see, what's inside, check all the pockets and enjoy getting all the small gifts out. I like the print box, because it's not too thick. It is perfect for prints or a welcome folder wrapped in tissue paper. I like the variety of boxes Design Aglow offers. They are good quality, clean and simple. Various thickness and sizes allow you to choose the perfect option! And since there is logo embossing offered, well, this is my number one packaging choice! It is not so easy to find the perfect packaging. I'm so happy that there is someone out there creating just exactly what I'm wishing for! Thank you!"

Thanks for sharing, Maria! We love your approach and are so happy for your success. Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~

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