{Packaging Inspiration} Wrappin’ it up with botanical motifs

{Packaging Inspiration} Wrappin’ it up with botanical motifs

I’m so much into botanical motifs these days, and I think such motifs can look great in packaging indie products, like jewelry or handmade items. For today’s post, I compiled different packaging ideas that come with a touch of nature and a hint of botany.

Succulent shaped packaging tag | paper

This packaging cut-out tag (left) features a lovely succulent in a warm skin-toned color, which is the perfect addition to Kraft paper.

Although these stones come from a non-packaging tutorial, I included them here because stones can be block-painted and attached to packages. Why not? They give out a nice vibe.

And if you have boxes that are plain, you can cut or paint botanical shapes like these, and you’ll have a unique package to carry your goodies.

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Nothing beats the look of  chalkboard with a floral border, like these below.

Printed Matter: Kate's Paper Goods Printed Matter: Kate's Paper Goods

Hope you enjoyed today’s post… hope to see you next time with a fresh batch of inspiration!


 

Image Credits: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

 

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