My name is Michael and I am the graphic designer of Baserange, a French/Danish womenswear brand. We’re developing a set of packaging, please see a sketch attached showing the measurements and a rough sketch on. The rigid paper boxes feature 3D-embossing and the logo is printed using black matte foil. We’re a bit in a rush so a swift reply is appreciated. We would need to have a sample the first week of June.
This is about a packaging solution to a cylindrical round paper box. The round paper box is a special rigid paper box, which is used to pack various cosmetic products. And it is a very common cardboard gift box.
I would like to begin working with you on sampling the Bombay Electric boxes.
These will be easier than Baserange and we would like to sample and make the final production within the coming five weeks, so it will be a lot more rapid, especially as the client is a lot quicker.
I attach instruction files for the first three packages
– Bombay Electric & Selfridges – Sari Packaging
A pocket packaging that is closed at the top with a elastic and feature holes on the front to show the indian Sari inside and offset and emboss on the back. A simple package. Only 500 are needed of this one.
– Bombay Electric – Small Box – Print & Priview
A small box for shirts and lighter dresses. A offset printed package on pearl style paper so that the colors changes a bit depending on the angle you hold it in. Rigid construction. Logo in foil and deboss. 1000 copies (might be more).
– Bombay Electric – Jewellery Box – Print & Priview
Very much the same as the Small Box but cylinder shaped. 1000 copies (might be more).
How much will it cost to sample these, just 2 copies of each? And what will the final production price be for each of them?
I’ll fix the payment for the samples straight away so you can begin the sampling.
Also, can you make protective bags for these boxes, with bubble wrap on the inside and paper on the outside?
I look forward to hear from you Kris and I look forward to work with you in this!