Category Archives: Gift Wrap Ideas
Mugs, jars, boxes, and totes offer flexibility with component choices, labor savings, and good value. While decorative glass containers are not necessarily inexpensive in the short term, a refillable container for the desk is a good solution for corporations that … Continue reading
Just because budgets are tight doesn’t mean corporations stop sending gifts throughout the year. At Christmas, the pressure to send gifts to good clients is intense for service-oriented businesses. You can help them keep thank you gifts on a tight … Continue reading
Ribbons and bows are beautiful additions to baskets, but even the largest bows take second place to the stunning eye-appeal of cellophane, cut, folded and layered to create an unforgettable wrapped presentation! This design uses four different triangles in two … Continue reading
Visual WOW! presentation is the ultimate key to selling gift baskets. For local deliveries, each basket delivered can mean dozens of future basket sales. It is generally thought that delivered baskets should allow recipients and others to get a … Continue reading
Is your cello sagging, or do you pull it tight for a crisp, professional presentation? To achieve this neat wrap, try these techniques: • Pull the cello tight at the neck, tie it, then pull straight up on the top … Continue reading
Add on Style When you’re short on time or thematic deocorative accessories,tie on the style with a side wrap of cello. For local deliveries , make sure the components on the open side are secured well in the basket, or … Continue reading
Send your customer’s gift recipients a seasons greetings from the seaside with tasty treats packed in a lighthouse sand pail. Notice the upscale look the matching bow adds to the gift.
Spice up the holidays with this whimsical gingerbread cookie container, brimming with mouthwatering morsels.
Send that special someone the message of love with this glorious basket strategically placed next to the Hot Tub or the master bedroom. Add the “free backrub” and the Welcome Home is complete.