Packaging . missIsa

Packaging for missIsa

Photo by Rachel Baker of missIsa

Brown paper packages, really is there anything more lovely? The brief for this project was Rachel of missIsa needed a simple but effective packaging design, using her existing logo, that could be adapted to suit a variety of products and be easily produced in a home studio office. Rachel had already done a lot of research into what she wanted, establishing cello bags with toppers as the basis for the packaging design and kraft paper as her material.

“I run a small business making paper gifts and stationery from home. One of the biggest stresses I faced was branding my product and packaging plays a huge part in that. I had my logo and after months of research and worry I came up with a simple concept that Michelle made into a reality quickly and professionally. She was brilliant and continues to support me and my brand whenever new designs are needed.” ~ Rachel Baker, missIsa

Here Rachel shows the process of making the kraft paper toppers. Have I ever told you how much I love kraft paper?

missisa packaging - the process - print

Photo by Rachel Baker of missIsa

missisa packaging - the process - print

Photo by Rachel Baker of missIsa

missisa packaging - the process - trimmed

Photo by Rachel Baker of missIsa

missisa packaging - the process - trimmed

Photo by Rachel Baker of missIsa

missisa packaging - the process - folded stapled

Photo by Rachel Baker of missIsa

missisa packaging - the process - finished

Photo by Rachel Baker of missIsa

Packaging for missIsa

Photo by Rachel Baker of missIsa

Rachel is so sweet to work with, just like her products, go check them out in her Etsy shop here.