Wrapper's Delight Packaging Accessories are here!

Wrapper's Delight Packaging Accessories are here!

Groovy, fab stylings find peace, love and harmony with a chic, modern, textural edge. Your Design Aglow Paper Shop bags and boxes need tags and swag (stickers and bookmarks, to name but two): use the Packaging Accessories: Wrapper’s Delight Edition to add a sophisticated touch of branding to your presentation and share your attention to detail.

It’s so easy making packages extra special by personalizing accessories for each unique client. You can even keep a stash of generic stickers on hand to use in any situation. The gorgeous design of these accessories enhances your reputation as a studio with a polished finish discerning clients both appreciate and expect.

Packaging Accessories: Wrapper’s Delight Edition at a glance:
8 customizable Photoshop templates
Fully layered PSD files

Upsell these products to your clients as stickers, tags and bookmarks. They’re gorgeous as gifts for family and friends, or repurpose for blog and social media promotions (or for sneak peeks).

Save $5 with the code "ALLWRAPPEDUP" through January 21st @ 11:59 pm PST. Get yours today!

*Special thanks to Katch Studios for the lovely images in our samples.

 




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