New in the shop: 4x6 proof boxes

New in the shop: 4x6 proof boxes

proof boxes

4x6 luxe proof boxes

4x6 custom proof boxes

proof boxes

photo boxes

These lovely new 4x6 proof boxes are available in two depths and designed for a monochromatic color palette, or modular, mix-and-match use. The best part: these boxes are embossable with your studio name or logo in 16 colors (including metallics and blind embossing!) for a truly custom branded look. Add embossing to your order here.

Our supplier, the French Paper Company, has long been known as a pioneer in recycled paper manufacturing. Unlike other American paper mills, French Paper Company is the only mill powered by fully renewable hydroelectric generators (and saving over one million barrels of fossil fuel since they were installed in 1922).

Boxes include a handsome embossed seal on the back with this green info: 100% Green Hydropower, 100% Recycled Material, 30% Post Consumer Waste.

50 prints will fit comfortably within the ⅞” deep boxes and 250 prints will fit comfortably within the 2 ½” deep boxes, however keep in mind that the quantity of prints the boxes hold depends on the thickness of stock and mount.

Click here to check them out in the shop~

Sample proofs shown feature images from Taylor Lord and designs from the Easy Elegance Proof Borders.

Looking for a great way to deliver proofs through the mail? You'll love our new gift mailer boxes!

*Image above features a Gift Mailer, 4x6 Bella Silver Frame, 4x6 Proof Box, USB Presentation Box, Light Gray Tissue Paper and Navajo Turquoise Ribbon.




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