I hate to be a Debbie-downer, but Christmas will soon be over. After the big day, the pretty ornaments go back to storage for another eleven months. How do you protect your ornaments every season to keep them safe from shatter hazards and little hands?
'Tis the season to wrap, wrap, wrap! We've rounded up five free printables for all your packaging needs during the holidays!
Valentine's Day is fast approaching and while hiding treats in super cute mailboxes each day is a swell idea, maybe you'd like to surprise your gift recipients with one big bang of a goodie bag! We've rounded up three of our favorite DIY Valentine package ideas that are easy to make and sure to delight!
The holidays are right around the corner, and that means we are on the lookout for new and clever ways to package gifts and bakesale items. In this case the items are cookies and cupcakes, and the packaging is nothing less than genius. Jeromina used plain old plastic bottles
Julie over at The Daily Green News reminds us NOT to buy in individual portions with an eye-opening show-and-tell of some of the most wasteful food packaging available. Some of the products that have been individually wrapped for our convenience are actually laughable. Example: pickle-chip cups. Anyway here's a quick rundown:
Multifunctional packaging has never been sweeter than this wine box turned bird box. Designed by Igor Solovyov, the box has a 'dedicated hole' into which you can shove a twig for perching. It would be a PERFECT housewarming gift!
"When creativity, ecology and innovation collide, packaging becomes the product. This sleek wine box by Ciclus converts into a table lamp with no extra parts required. The packaging is made with wood from local, managed forests and recycled cardboard. Inside is a locally and ecologically produced bottle of Cava, Spanish sparkling wine."
Here's to the light!