Product Packaging - Little Lane Farm
Let's jump right in to project #3 of this 9-part packaging series:
Custom Egg Cartons!
My mission: to create beautiful packaging ideas to inspire you in your creative business, and to send off your products in a way that will make your brand shine bright & really wow your clients.
Let’s dive in…
Project Three: Custom Eggs + Egg Cartons
(with a little help from my friends at Little Lane Farm)
I said these projects would be simple and I promise they are truly simple.
Here are the steps, if you haven't already guessed them.
To Stamp Eggs:
Tap the mini stamp very lightly on the ink pad. The less ink you can use to get your imprint the better when stamping on eggs.
Roll the stamp across the egg surface to print.
Blot with a paper towel if it is especially inky - the food safe ink may "swell" or run if it's not stamped just right, so give yourself some practice eggs ;)
For the Carton:
Use a tag or cut cardstock + punch a hole to create a tag, and stamp logo onto it.
Tie up your package with twine and thread in your logo tag.
That's it! Your packaging is ready to go out and represent your brand!
Some Fun Extras for you, Seeker of Bonus Packaging-Cred:
You can also personalize hard-boiled eggs: Add a little heart stamp or "I love you" for a super cute lunch box eggs - or monogram them so your child (or husband!) knows the sweet hen who laid it for them.
How about a face stamp to make your eggs look like they're smiling right back at you? Yep, I went there. I have a whole Pinterest board full of packaging + egg ideas you guys, I'm obsessed.
Don't have a farm or eggs but love this project? Get creative! Mini egg cartons with some bird-nest-like excelsior looks super cute as jewelry packaging. Super-super bonus points if the jewelry is chicken- or egg-themed!! ;)
See below for a peek at the next packaging project :
mini envelope notes + tags!
*Full Disclosure: This post contains Amazon affiliate links to products I’ve researched & believe will work best for this project. Where possible, it also includes non-affiliate links to small businesses I love.