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    Default Printing and Packaging Links

    Please post Print and Packaging LINKS only in this thread with a small covering explanation,
    or photo of the companies work, or point of interest.
    i.e Why is the link worth clicking on

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    Business Card Printers:
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    Boxes and Bags

    Here's a packaging firm that might be worth a look at as the prices are quite good.

    www.pottersuk.com
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    Default Wholesale gift packaging

    i like The Tiny Box Company

    its pretty much all recycled and there are some good items on there... prices are good too u can order as little or as much needed some companies have a minimum order of 50 or 100 not good if you don't need that many.

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    I placed an order yesterday afternoon at 3.20pm with boxesandbusts and it has just arrived! I think they were recommended by someone on here.

    As my order was light in weight it would have been delivered by 1st class so I rang them up before I hit the 'Confirm Order' Button to see if they could upgrade the postage as ideally I would like them by Thursday. They were very helpful but said it would go through on the computer as 1st Class. Last night OH said there was a message on the phone to say that Boxes and Busts had upgraded the Postage on my order to 48 hour ParcelForce as they knew I wanted them by Thursday. It was only an extra couple of on the order so I am a happy bunny today . This now means I can put most of my stock in jewellery boxes ready for the table display. I read somewhere that if items are boxed already then it is easier for customers to pick up and look at, and as it is in a box already they don't have to worry abbout finding a suitable box to put it in themselves if it is a gift.

    I chose one of the cheapest ranges at only 24p a box for little earring boxes and whilst the wadding inside is a bit lacking (thin) they are fine until I start making some money!!!

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    I've just placed an order with http://www.pottersuk.com for boxes with a custom artwork. They were really very helpful and positive (if a bit giggly over my naughty artwork!).

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    Well now you have to share your naughty artwork - or maybe not!

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    Hi Joe,
    I have been using Potters for a couple of years now and they are just brilliant.
    Had a problem last week as I discovered my new range wouldnt fit in my old boxes, phoned Potters that morning and they said they could get my new ones printed with my logo (already had the tools from before) and sent out by the end of the week- excellent I thought. They arrived the next day! Couldn't reccommend them more!

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    I was actually thinking of going with Noble (I'm new and so can't post links yet, but if you google "Noble Pack UK" you'll get it) Potters does also look good, but Noble have a broader range including the thing I happen to be looking for! Pity their stamping / artwork fees aren't as clear though... :P

    (Amended as I gave wrong search term! oops!)

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