Uniformly Unique

How often do you get a gift from someone and say, “Hey, I really liked the packaging”? Unless you’re getting pizzas delivered by a company that uses diamond-encrusted boxes, probably not often. That wasn’t the case with Holly Allen who wrote in to tell us about a project she recently put together:

“I used the Jewelboxing system to make about 30 copies of a mix CD for friends this holiday season. The title of the disc is ‘Admit One,’ the theme being ‘Music I Heard Live in 2004.’ I went with ticket/wristband/setlist images to pull it all together. Some time in Photoshop and some time at Kinko’s and a few hours later, I got this. The reaction was uniformly positive, with many people noting the quality of the cases.”

We have always felt uniformly positive about the people in New York, Jonesboro, Rochester, Calgary, Rocky Hill, Shrewsbury, Mill Valley, Bletchingley, Dallas, Tuscaloosa, Bedford, Boston, Plattsville, Chicago, Scotch Plains, Bel Air, and Washington.

November 9, 2017 | Category: Blog | Tag: