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Title: Creative Candle Packaging Design for Inspiration

Creative Candle Packaging Design for Inspiration
Creative Candle Packaging
The packaging of your product is as important as
the product itself. This is why your homemade
candle making business needs premium, high
quality packaging. If you are wondering why this
is important, its simple good and creative
packaging gives the users a promise of quality
and class in the product as well. This is why
consumers are attracted to high quality, creative
packaging. If you are looking for ideas for
customized, creative candle packaging, here is a
nifty list!
1.Use Glass Jars with Feminine Patterns
Candles packed in glass jars always look great.
They act as a candle container as well as
packaging. Spice up the packaging by rendering
the jars in bright, modern patterns. Use labels
or printed/painted jars whatever you prefer.
Nobody can resist glass packaging in bright
2.Pull Out Boxes
Pull-out boxes are another great idea for candle
packaging. You can have hand-paintings or
intricate drawings on the outer box, and
complement the inner box with a solid color
rendition. However, dont neglect the inner box
add ribbons, or embellishments to it to make it
look good too!
3.Fabric Packaging
Get colorful and interesting printed fabrics and
use them to wrap your square or cylinder candles.
If you want, you can also have a plain candle box
that is then wrapped in the fabric. Use fabric
with stripes, polka dots, flowers and stars to
add an element of internet. This will not only
look unique but will also grab the eye.
4.Die Cut Windows
Who can forget die-cut windows?! They make
everything look great. However, instead of the
usual die cut windows, think a little different
and make the window a part of the design of the
box. For example this box, which is shaped like a
building, has die cut windows in the shape of
building windows! When the candle slides inside,
it appears to light up the box!
5.Use Candle Cups as Packaging
Tea light candles come in small candle cups. You
can actually use these as packaging. All you need
to do is to add a circular paper or cardboard cap
to close off the candle from the top, wrap up
with a little thread and label, and you are good
to go!
6.Plain Kraft Boxes
Plain Kraft boxes can be given new life with
personalized labels. Wrap the candle in brown
paper, house in a Kraft Box and add personalized
7.Introduce Interesting Features in Packaging,
Like a Candle Box
Candle packaging can be made more interesting
with the help of additional elements. For example
you can introduce a small hole in the slide out
box that can secure and hold the candle. This
will make the box a portable candle holder,
allowing for the candle to be used anytime,
8.Think Different For instance Top Open Boxes
Even if you go for a box, do it a bit
differently. For example, instead of having the
usual flap and tab box, you can have a box that
slices open in half from the top. Almost like an
exploding box! This will make your packaging look
unique and interesting.
9.Floral Patterns and Ribbons
To add a touch of class and premium outlook,
introduce intricate floral patterns and delicate
ribbons in the packaging. This is especially
fitting for packaging that needs to act as
wedding party favors.
10.Go Simple With a Corrugated Box a Label
A Corrugated box with a label looks super stylish
and modern, as well as traditional! This inviting
mix is perfect for your candle packaging design.
It is always best to get custom packaging for
your candles so your product looks unique and
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