Great Examples of Stationery Packaging

Being in the business of product packaging is something we take serious and we love to see how our products are being used in the real world market. Most of our products do not standout in the market, such as poly bags and crystal clear bags, because they are just meant to protect and not be seen but our stationery boxes are a whole other matter.

We have very creative customers who put together some really beautiful and unique packaging for their stationery and gift products. We have selected a few of them and have showcased some of their work below.

Take a look, I’m sure you will agree with us.

Rifle Paper Co.

Rifle Paper Co. is a boutique stationery brand and design studio based in Winter Park, Florida created by Anna Bond together with her husband Nathan.

In the example to the left we see a very delicate and minimalist approach to packaging so as to focus on the cute Girlie Dog Set.

Anna also runs a very good and informative blog over at Rifle so you guys make sure and check it out as well as all the awesome stationery cards they offer.

FLYoung Studio

FLYoung Studio is run by Heather L. Young, a southern artist, who favors illustration, painting, murals, vintage fabric, rhinestones, and any project that allows her to use her dremel tool.

In the example to the left she is showcasing her beautiful Oak Tree cards in our eco friendly kraft boxes and wraps them in a chocolate satin bow. Very subtle and delicate design. Love the label on the back, great alternative to pricey custom printing.

Heather also runs a great blog with design ideas and insight into her process. Definitely check it out.

Paper Anniversary Co.

PAPER ANNIVERSARY CO. is a bespoke stationery and design studio headed-up by Sommer Stiles and based in Tampa, FL.  Our collection includes personalized stationery, cards, invitations, announcements, and paper goods.

Seems kraft is the new black as Sommer also uses our Kraft Boxes to showcase her beautiful creations. In the picture to the left Sommer keeps the design to a minimal choosing to wrap the boxes in a colored twine and adding a manila tag to identify. Yet another way to personalize and give it that personal touch.

Just so happens that Sommer also runs a really cool blog with insight into her process and shares tons of pictures. Check it out.

I hope to continue to share more great examples product packaging as I see them come through. in the mean time let us know what you think of these and please feel free to include links to your own work. Who knows you might be in our next showcase.

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