Founten En Fire Packaging

by Nicolette.
(England)

Here’s a couple of photo’s of my MOSTly handmade packaging.

Nicolette: Founten En Fire Packaging 1

The box base is made from recycled card and ordered from a supplier. I then paint the inside of the tray and lid with a medium grey acrylic.

The jewellery insert utilizes the white cotton insert that are provided with the boxes from the supplier, which I then back with a layer of card and cover with faux suede and sown-in elastic to secure the jewellery.

Nicolette: Founten En Fire Packaging 2

A layer or two of tissue paper then wraps around, to look pretty, and to prevent any scratching against the inside of the box.
Then my Founten En Fire brand label, which is an original font, adorns the outside of the box lid!

SAM_3945 Nicolette: Founten En Fire Packaging 3

I chose kraft brown for a “hand-made craft” feel, and combined it with grey, which I think creates a nice balance of craft / sophisticated, luxury.

I am loving grey right now – I just think it’s instantly cool and modern, and it goes with absolutely everything, which is great, as I use a palate of many different coloured beads in my pieces.

Nicolette
Founten En Fire

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