Candy Boxes from Jewelry Packaging

May 20, 2009

in gift & gourmet business,How Tos

There are many ways to package sweet treats other than the traditional candy box. In this blog, you will see how a little creativity goes along way.

For the longest time, I have shown our jewelry boxes with candy in them as part of our trade show displays. They need only some sort of barrier like candy cups, trays, pads or cello between the candy and the box. Our customers have caught on to the idea too. Look what Scrumptious Chocolates in Covington, Louisiana did with our pink kraft 3 1/2 x 3 1/2 inch box (above left). The picture at right (above) is one I did using a white clear lid box with curling ribbon and a custom label. Don’t forget the value of placing your logo on everything! The recipient of the gift might want to purchase another one.

I loved the way Sarah’s Candy Cottage in Idaho Falls, Idaho combined Tulle into the ribbon of our small presentation boxes to make this pretty candy assortment (below left). The cute little butterflies are a sweet touch too – and notice that they used a custom label as well.

I couldn’t finish this blog without showing you a wonderful store display from our good customer Stephen Libs Chocolate in Evansville, Indiana (above right). We love the way they used our Poppy Fields Collection to show off their delicious candy and treats (click photo to zoom in). Don’t you like what they did with the little lime green organza petite totes too? You see, candy can go into almost anything as long as you put cello, a candy cup or pad between the candy and your packaging. Check out all our Candy Packaging.

Remember to comment and let us know about your own suggestions and ideas!

Kathy Green
Packaging Consultant


Kathy works with the Nashville Wraps’ Marketing Team as a packaging consultant and photo stylist. She is also a Master Gardener and enjoys her greenhouse and garden, three spoiled dogs, hubby and grandkids in her spare time. She also loves any kind of craft and spends rainy days in the art studio she shares with her creative husband, Bill.

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