Valentine's Day Packaging For Your Studio

Valentine's Day Packaging For Your Studio

We love re-purposing templates to work for new seasons, events, holidays, and clients. Today we decided to take a romantic spin on our Modern Minimalist and Color Pop Packaging Accessories and give them a lovely pink motif for Valentine's Day. With just a few color changes in Photoshop, we had a completely new color palette and a whole new set of accessories for our packaging in just a matter of minutes! You can have these items printed through ProDPI in quantities of 25 or simply print out a few at a time on your studio printer. Presentation is everything, so why not take your packaging to the next level with stylish details in bright pops of color?

To learn more about how we made our customizations, check out our video tutorial:

The Design Aglow Minute - How to Change Colors in Photoshop from Design Aglow on Vimeo.

Wondering where you can get the items featured above? Look no further!
Boxes
9x6 Album (in Lilac)
Ribbon
Small Bag
Presentation Envelope containing a Gift Certificate

Have you created anything lately for your clients from Design Aglow products? Feel free to send us images here. If we feature it on the blog you’ll get a $75 shopping spree at Design Aglow!




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