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With the weather gloriously sunny and super-hot outside, your thoughts may not be focused on Christmas just yet.

But, if you’re keen to offer your stockists, who are planning their festive displays soon, special edition Christmas-themed products, then now is the time to get organised.

The good news is that we can grant your festive wish to create limited edition printed packaging for your items, using our recently, officially launched short-run printed packaging service here.

Test new products

It’s aimed at growing artisan start-ups and SMEs looking for low minimum orders for celebratory event packaging or to test new products.

So, unlike the turkey, this needn’t just be for Christmas!

We offer luxury finishes, especially popular for the festivities and other celebrations, including foiling, metallic board and Spot UV, embellishments which add depth and contrast through sheen and texture.

Christmas-themed packaging

Also available are special Christmas-themed package designs such as cracker-style gift boxes, which make eye-catching displays in retailers’ stores and online, and provide the consumer with fun and inspiring present ideas.

Whatever look you’re after, or ideas you have, let us help you bring them to life using our sustainable short-run print methods.

We offer certified Carbon Balanced solutions by having our emissions offset by World Land Trust.


Each year our planet-positive printed packaging helps preserve more than 44 acres of endangered forest, equivalent to 25 football pitches.

We can also provide you with certificates to highlight the amount of CO2 balanced and the area of land you’ve helped protect while working with us.


Then, you can pass all this on to your customers, who are increasingly interested in buying environmentally-sound products, and this will help differentiate your items over and above your competition.

So, that’s something to be jolly about all year round!

If you’d like to find out more, please get in touch today by calling 01626 368986 or email [email protected] 

Simon Besley

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