There’s nothing you folks like more than getting creative and this very merry time of the year is no exception! Here are a couple of our favourite customer-inspired product hacks for you to try, so whether you’re stocking your store or stuffing stockings, you always have just what you need.
Sheets of luxury wrapping paper aren’t just great as a standalone product, they can also be accessorised with Christmas cards and gift tags for a giftwrap set any competitive Secret Santa or conscientious gift-giver would fall over themselves to purchase.
To print your own custom wrapping paper, just upload your fabulously festive designs to a standard A2 poster—they’re uncoated for that modern, expensive feel that all Christmas wrapping paper should have. If you want to get super fancy with it, you can create reversible paper by choosing to print double-sided and including a design on the front and the back. Or alternatively, you can add a bit of branding by putting the paper design on one side and a faint, tiled logo on the reverse.
Christmas gift tags
Vintage style luggage tags or swing tags for Christmas gifts are a hot seller during the holiday season, so don’t miss out! You can create your own Christmas gift tags by printing your designs on a business card, then punching the holes and threading them in-house.
For maximum effect, we recommend using a design on one side and a simple message on the reverse that the customer can fill in with the name of the recipient and who the gift is from. You can choose from 11 different paper stocks, square, rectangle or rounded corner cards, so whatever style the rest of your collection, you can create something cool to match. We especially love square Kraft cards for this.
Christmas gift labels
If you’re one of those that wants to make sure that gift label is going to stay put in all conditions, a Christmas gift label is for you. Just print up a sheet or two of our round, square or rectangle stickers with Christmas designs and space to write who the gift is from and who it’s to. These are easy and ever so effective.
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