New Custom Chipboard DVD Packaging
So these dvd packages took a little time to research but it was definitely worth the adventure! I am sooo excited to be giving out all this new promo material. My branding is finally all coming together and it feels oh so good! I took some photos for you to see with the macro 100mm. I really love the look of chipboard packaging with black ink either screen printed, letterpressed or stamped with ink directly on top. I searched long and hard but kept coming back to Stump Town Printers for my chipboard dvd cases. Simon Stamps made all my custom stamps. Their turn around time is great and their prices seemed to be really good. All I had to do was send them a .psd file set to the appropriate size and they did the rest. I did all my dvd 4/c printing through Blank Media Printing. I have done cd/dvd printing before through several other companies and this one, by far was the best company I have ever used. They literally showed up at my door in two days! As for the twine, jean button, hot glue gun, cutting board etc. That was all bought locally at either a Michael’s or Jo-Ann Fabric. The bags are still a work in progress. Hopefully there will be a follow up post to this in the near future when everything is complete. I was really close to buying a sewing machine but my wife started getting a little concerned. So I’m taking a small break from the arts and crafts. In the mean time check em’ out! Oh and let me not forget to give credit to the most important part of this whole thing. The calligraphy artist, Jordan Jelev for creating my fancy new signature/logo. This guys work is amazing! He hand draws and creates mostly high end wine labels but he graciously helped me out with my logo and I couldn’t be happier with the results!
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