Having some kind of personalized packaging is crucial if you're shipping goods to clients, regardless of your business type—print shop, brand, etc. When the package arrives at their door, it serves as their initial point of contact and introduction to your company. Which would you prefer: sending your items in bespoke boxes or plain cardboard boxes? We'll then walk you through the simple process of printing your personalized box packaging.
You don't need to perform a full-screen printing operation to accomplish this. With just three simple tools—ink, a squeegee, and an exposed screen—you could accomplish this. At the very least, you ought to be operating a low-cost, entry-level single-station screen printing press. Furthermore, the results it produces will be far cleaner, more consistent, and more polished. Click here for Perfume Bottle Packaging Box.
1. Recognize the size of the gift box you must ship your items in
Determining the size of the gift box you need to ship your items in should be your first step. Ten 8 x 6 boxes, which can hold a hoodie and a few shirts or a bunch of shirts and a few hats, can likely fit 80% or more of the orders. We must measure all of this box's printable surface areas, which include the top and bottom flaps, to determine how big to make it. The front and side panels are shaped like a box. You'll need a ruler to measure the box's outer edges to accomplish that. Then comes the much more challenging task of measuring each tiny individual panel. Taking a quick pre-fold to create some creases in your box before laying it out and using those as a guide to measure is a simple and quick way to accomplish that.