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Bringing Summer To Your Food Packaging

 by tia on 18 Jul 2017 |
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Bringing Summer To Your Food Packaging - 4 Simple Ideas

Summer is in full swing, and I'm sure you have already had picnics, had dinner outdoors or even sold food
produce outside at fairs or stalls.

We show you 4 simple tips to bring summer to your food packaging. Whether you are making a picnic for your family
and friends or selling food products, get creative to wow your clients or guests.

1. A Simple Bow

This took seconds and makes the sweetest addition to a picnic. Simply cut out a bow and glue to
the top of our Tin Tie grease lined coffee bag!

2. Labels / Cut outs

Create your design online, print it out and stick it on! Our White Gloss Flat Range gives a clean, fresh look.
For companies with a much larger stock, take a look at our printed labels.

3. Ribbon tricks

Match the ribbon to your branding to decorate the box, stripes are on trend this summer
and this fresh Ocean Blue Ribbon on our White Gloss box is perfect for a summer look!

4. A Fruity Addition

This little trick can be used for anything, use ribbon instead of Twine, or cut out lemons or hearts!
Get creative, not only does this look so sweet, (great for strawberry tarts or cake) but it keeps your box closed for
transport. Box used: Kraft Ballotin Box.

We hope you get creative and these simple ideas inspire you this summer!

If there is anything else you would like to see on our blog, do not hesitate to contact me on tia@tinyboxcompany.com

Written by Tia | Tiny Box Company


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