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Delivering a good quality product is paramount but presentation is also important. This Shows that you have put a lot of love and dedication to your work. I present you with the tutorial with 5 creative and unique packaging ideas to wrap your products for shipments or delivering to your customers. I will show you the list of the products you need and the step-by-step process of how to make them.
These packaging forms are very easy to make, and you don’t need expensive or hard-to-get materials. Possibly you already have all these products at home or in your craft inventory.
5 Creative Packaging Ideas: Video Tutorial in my Youtube Channel.
Products and materials needed to make this 5 creative packaging or wraps:
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For the packaging:
For the adhesive tags:
Tutorial – How to Make Your Own Tags [CLICK HERE or THE PICTURE]:
Idea No. 1:
This packaging or wrap is one of the easiest to make. Just grab a strip of wrapping or craft paper, fold the edges and then wrap the product.
Stick it on the back with hot glue or tape runner. You can decorate as you like for a unique touch. I use jute twine or fabric yarn from farmyard.
And I end up embellishing the packaging with a product thank you tag. These labels were made using Cricut’s print and cut option. If you would like to learn how to make your own labels, I invite you to check the tutorial on my YouTube channel. I will show the step-by-step process of how to make those beautiful product-thank you labels.
Idea No. 2:
This is a simple and easy wrap to make. Just grab a large piece of craft or packing paper. About half a yard if you want to wrap a shirt.
Wrap as if you were wrapping a gift. Using clear tape or hot glue, stick it on the back.
Fold and hide the corners inward. Decorate to your liking, place a product thank you tag and you’re done.
Idea No. 3:
Now we are going to make wrapping number three and this will be a very simple bag but at the same time very beautiful and delicate.
Cut a piece of packing or kraft paper [15 x 19 “if you want it for a T-shirt] or ]11 x 15” if you want it smaller]. Join the edges in the center, fold the ends and glue the edges using hot glue or tape runner.
Then we are going to make a 2-inch fold in the bottom of the bag. Cut the excess on the inside and glue the remaining tab.
Place the item inside and decorate to your liking.
Idea No. 4:
Wrapping idea number 4 is also a bag. But this bag, unlike the first, is more spacious. You could pack more than one product.
Take an 18 x 24 “piece of paper, join the ends at the center and glue with hot glue, tape runner or double-sided tape. Bring the seam to one end of the bag.
Subsequently, do a one-inch fold at the ends. Tuck those folds in. Then make two folds at the bottom of the bag. The first of 2 “and the last of 1”.
Unfold the folds and remove the tabs at the ends up and down as in figure number 7. Glue, decorate to taste and that’s it.
Idea No. 5:
The latest packaging idea is a box. This box is made of 110-pound card stock. It is perfect for packing items such as mugs, tumblers or similar items.
If you would like to make this box, I invite you to download the template that I provided you for free. DOWNLOAD IT HERE.
After downloading the template, you can cut it using your Cricut machine or any other cutting machine or plotter. If you don’t have one, just print and cut it with scissors. Assemble it using hot glue, decorate using your imagination and voila.
Choose the idea that you like the most and get to work. Wrap and decorate your products to provide them with a unique touch that only you can give.
The presentation of your deliveries will stand out and please your customers for its delicacy and elegance.
I hope you enjoyed these 5 creative packaging ideas and the tutorial. Feel free to share your creations in my social media pages. I would love to see what you have created.