Cost effective ways to update your packaging this Christmas

Christmas is a-coming and if you’re looking for ways to update your packaging this season, you’ve come to the right blog. But chances are you’re not just looking for Christmas packaging ideas - you’re also looking for cost effective packaging ideas! 

At the moment, business owners are looking to minimise outlay while maximising profits. The thing is, you still need to attract new customers, retain the ones who already love you AND spread a little seasonal cheer.

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So how do you do it?

Updating your packaging for the holidays is always a great idea. It shows you care about the perception of your brand, and it tells customers you’re not just resting on your laurels as one of the best food joints in town!

Also, isn’t it just nice to switch it up once in a while - and when better than at the most wonderful time of the year?!

We’ve come up with a few budget friendly ways you can update your food packaging this Christmas. See if any of these tickle your festive fancy!

 1. Upgrade your greaseproof paper

Whether your brand is fun, hip, business-like or family friendly, if you’ve got an awesome design that represents your business at this time of year, why not have it printed on our personalised express greaseproof paper.

Perfect if you want to start using your updated Christmas packaging ASAP, our express-delivery greaseproof paper is completely safe to put in the freezer, oven or microwave, which makes it a cost efficient way of Christmas-ifying (yes, we just made that word up) all, or most of, your dishes.

Give fries, burgers, burritos, baguettes, sandwiches, cakes, and hot dogs the Christmas wrapping treatment. Our custom printed greaseproof paper can also be used as plate liners and inserts for burger or pizza boxes.

2. Put your Christmas stamp on your packaging

Our custom rubber stamps and embossers are a great way of adding a festive touch without breaking the bank. Printing a Christmas message directly onto food packaging or bags might not be cost effective for some businesses, but a rubber stamp will still add some good cheer - best of all it can be completely personalised to you too. 

3. Christmas stickers for food packaging

Similarly, it will work out a lot cheaper to have customised Christmas stickers printed than to design and print a full range of festive food boxes, bags or cups.

Don’t be a Scrooge or a Grinch - get into the spirit with some (cost effective) ways to upgrade your packaging this Christmas!

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