Posts Tagged ‘Packaging’



December Sponsor Thanks Part 2

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009

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I’ve mentioned TapeSwell here before but today I’m pleased to welcome them as one of our newest sponsors! TapeSwell, home to some of the coolest packaging tape around, has been up to some pretty exciting things lately. They’ve added new patterns, a whole selection of envelope wraparounds, combo packs AND a new blog! There, you’ll find some clever ideas for using these pretty tapes along with updates about their products.

TapeSwell is also generously offering a 15% discount on all orders through December 31, 2009, just see the ad to the left for the promo code. Be sure to check out what they’ve been up to and how to make all those packaged goodies even prettier this season!



December Sponsor Thanks

Tuesday, December 1st, 2009

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Can you believe it’s December already, my goodness! I just wanted to take a moment to welcome and thank our newest sponsor to Twig & Thistle. For those of you that read t&t with any regularity, you’ve probably noticed that I’m a complete and utter sucker for packaging so I’m extremely excited to share Garnish with all of you. Garnish is a one-stop-shop for all your gift packaging needs. The great part is that each item comes blank so they are completely customizable and ready for your crafty goodness!

Garnish has an Ideas page that shares creative uses and inspiration for their products and you can easily order a kit or just the individual pieces. This is a great resource to have and particularly fitting for the upcoming holidays. Enjoy! …Also, if you’re interested in becoming a sponsor, send me a note and I can fill you in on all the details.



Design that MOOOves You

Monday, October 19th, 2009

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Mooove over orange juice, looks like milk may have a bigger place at our breakfast table! I spotted Forest Milk on Twitter last week via @Papercrave and completely feel in love with the old fashioned bottle and the sweet little leaf tag. Forest Milk is produced from cows in Japan whom roam the forest year round and apparently the milk tastes sweeter since the cows are happier. Who doesn’t enjoy the thought of happy little cows frolicing through the forest?! Deigned by Rise Design Office



Oh, Hello Friend!

Wednesday, September 16th, 2009

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I recently stumbled upon the blog Oh, Hello Friend and have fallen head over heals for all the loveliness that can be found there. In particular, I simply adore these packaging shots that Danni, the brilliant author, has collected of her Etsy shop packaging. It makes getting that package all the more sweet!

Find more of Danni’s work  in her Etsy shop, FlickrFacebook and Twitter.



T&T on SMP! DIY Favor Boxes III

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009

Today I wanted to share my latest in the box series that I’ve designed for Style Me Pretty!

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I was day-dreaming of a vintage candy shop when I created these. This set includes four different patterns so that you can mix-and-match or just choose your favorite. Fill them with sweet treats and they make the perfect favor! Be sure to visit Style Me Pretty for the full post and to download the templates!

For some other exciting news, Abby is featured in this months edition of Bride & Bloom. The article is a behinds the scenes look at Abby’s life as a professional blogger. Being the huge fan that I am, I just had to have a copy of my own. I picked it up over the weekend and to my surprise I discovered that Twig & Thistle received a little shout-out as well!!!! At the end of the article is a section of Abby’s top 5 favorite things for weddings right now and she lists the DIY projects and favor boxes that I’m creating for her!

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I’m completly honored to be included in her favorites list. A BIG thank you to Abby for the mention and congrats on her continued success! Be sure to pick up a copy of Bride & Bloom for yourself, it’s a stunning magazine and the article is fantastic.