Stewart Embossed

October 23, 2008 by  
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Paste the wall not the paper?

I bought a wallpaper in a charity shop. When I got home I noticed the label called "pasta wall and then apply. I've never used this paper before. Does anyone have any tips or advice on what kind of role? Its such heavy stress the "brilliant" wallpaper. The brand is "Martha Stewart." Thanks. Most esp thick paper, you have to enjoy and leave a moment, then put some pasta later. That's why I'm not sure.

We did it with a wallpaper super fresh. Relief was "very foamy type. However, we also put some dough in the paper before applying to the wall. The first page, try to dive (in accordance with previous convention) helps discolored area behind Sections of relief, so just put a thin paper handling in the wall. As it was a small room, we kept a wall Then the paper and found that the role could easily maneuver into position using the paste on each surface. In our case we found that the mass seemed to sink on the surface of the wall in some areas, so you can put more than recommended in the instructions. In addition, you can not hit too early, because dries before you have the document ready to apply. It took a little longer than usual to dry, but was very loose and unlike other "classical" paper stated that it had elsewhere.

The package is the product!

The Christmas season is upon us, and young children and the pleasure of wrapping gifts for loved ones and friends.

Now, a little family history here ... my mother, head wrap our house at Christmas was not part of the "noise" with adjustment for gift giving resemble those found in the windows.

In Capricorn born in the Chinese Year of the Goat, "pragmatic" should have been his first name. It makes no sense to invest much time in making it look "perfect". Or buy an expensive and difficult to maneuver a sheet of paper and unnecessary fight with curly bows. They had four children aged between two and 15 while ripping 10 minutes in the morning Christmas. Why bother?

Heck, the more donations we stuck in the comics Regina Leader-Post on Sunday.

Wha-AA-A? It is colorful!

To date, I admit, a certain degree of viability hit mom. Although my husband refuses to leave everything that I wrap in newspaper, which tend to maintain luxury "of paper for special gifts. If it is really special put a stick on the front! ooooooo .... anticipation of the opening of a TO ...

A-HA! There is.

You know what I mean! You see a gift under the tree, one with Martha Stewart treatment. Aug. great link on a thick layer of paper embossed with the card in hand ... and your name on it! And you know that my gift to you!

The package influenced their opinion on its content!

Think for a moment, once again this holiday season. How many times a packet influence their purchase decision?

An episode of "Shopping Bag" in 2007 examined the effects of packages in our shopping habits. And it is not surprising that the creator, research indicates that consumers are heavily influenced by the product packaging.

This is the kind of subtle nuances that the experienced designers know how to get results. In one case, the speakers said the epidemic with more yellow box that tasted more refreshing. And in the sampling of canned meat, tasters thought coming from the box with a picture of meat - With spring on top of parsley - Tested easier.

In his own case study in vivo, the ladies tests taste different sauces salad ranch. When the samples were "blind" (tasters could not see the label) tasters showed a preference for one label on the Main national brands.

But when he saw the bottle shows more tasters half chose a recognized national brand dress very, just because the package is more attractive. They hope that the national brand is a product of better quality.

If What does this mean?

design Packaging is not only the performance of a function, or even make it look like something Nice.

It This will create a brand.

"Packaging will become even more integrated with the product by brand, and merchandising," said Duane McDonald Principal production package to Kimberly-Clark Corp. "It must do its part in delivering the brand promise to consumers. graphics and aesthetics will be more important. "

Henry Robert Hall, vice president of Boston Beer Co. Brand Development, described the promise branded an advantage emotional style. The design makes the consumer feel a certain way through the product and use packaging. "

From www.shelfimpact.com (2005)

Building a brand is really how to create an experience for your customer.

Remember that "special" gift under the tree? The only known is the gift you, especially valid for you just know you'll love, with that personal touch, "adding that to get out? Who is the feeling that you want to create for your audience. The "I-don't-just-WAIT-to-see-how-to inside!" feeling.

A good design package does not mean you have to spend lots of money or loss of your franchise. The key to the design of the packaging is great sure gives an indication of the wonders that await you inside.

If you create a product that requires packaging and labeling, set aside pragmatism. Spring paper embossed foil curled and large arches that give its customers that wow "feeling anticipation. Get a professional designer to create the package you turn that emotion.

Unless of course you want to give the impression that your brand is to find new ways to reuse the Sunday comics.

About the Author

Patricia Simoneau, Creative Genius, provides creative brand image and marketing solutions to rural entrepreneurs looking for fresh ideas. Patricia works with clients in non-urban locales and makes their marketing more fun! Sign up for her wacky and wise e-zine at www.smartypantscreative.com and receive her FREE Bonus Report, “The 5 Biggest Mistakes Small Businesses Make with Their Brand Image”.

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