Day 25 // Packaging
My packaging first started with a bunch of bubble wrap and cardboard, so I'll say it's improved quite a bit since then! 😂 Each framed piece is wrapped like a present with paper and string (harking back to one of my favorite movies, The Sound of Music 🎵), a tag, a few business cards, and a personal hand written note with some paper pieces used in the actual portrait. Then I put extra protection on the corners, a piece of foam over the glass portion of the frame, bubble wrap around the present, and then that put inside a box which has bubble wrap lining the inside.
Not only is each piece beautifully created and wrapped, but it is securely sent so it makes it to its new home safe and sound. 🎁📦
Packaging is the theme for #marchmeetthemaker day 25. Here's mine!
All my blankets come in a paper wraparound label with the care instructions and fibre content printed on it, then I wrap them in tissue paper before packing them up into a gift box.
My amigurumi have their removable labels attached to them before they snuggle into their colourful gift boxes.
When I'm at a craft fair my products can be taken home in my branded paper bags.
#day25#packaging#marchmeetthemaker I wrap up my prints in brown paper- just because I like it really, I think art should always look like a gift because it's a treat and the process should be enjoyed as much as the art itself! Happy Saturday hope you are all enjoying the sunshine! ☀️☀️☀️
#marchmeetthemaker Day 25 - Packaging -
Keep it fairly simple, my work is kept flat using thin wood backing boards, secured with string and sealed in a clear plastic sleeve! I usually include a business card and a personalized thank you note! My mailers have a cute little brand sticker to polish it all off. I've seen some super adorable packaging inspiration today! So many possibilities! Beautiful work everyone.