How it works

If you’re new to boxing, don’t worry – we’re not! Zip through these few tips and you’ll be away.

It’s super simple to create your own personalised boxes.

We give our customers all the power to create their own unique packaging,
so we have made sure the process is super simple and stress-free.

1

Choose a box

You can browse the store to explore all our of our boxes. Or if you are looking for something specific, take a look at our box locator tool.

2

Personalise the design

One you have chosen a box, you will see our editor. Here you can upload a logo, choose colours and personalise the text on your box.

UPLOAD LOGO

Upload the logo or graphic you want to put on your box.

CHOOSE COLOURS

We have a great range of colours and designs to choose from.

PERSONALISE TEXT

We all have fonts we love – and we know you will find the font you love too.

3

Order and track

We’ll send you a message to say we have received your order and we are flying into action. Once your boxes have been dispatched, we’ll send you an email with your tracking link.

Other considerations

Your Logo

Your logo is your brand – it’s how your customers recognise and reach for your product. Think about how your logo will fit on the box that best suits your product and your shipping needs.

Colours

The colours you choose are also very much part of your brand identity. We have a wide range of colours and will ensure you are offered the colours that will suit your paper stock and printing process requirements.

Intended Use

Beauty is key, but functionality is critical – the box you choose must fit your product well and suit your shipping requirements. All our boxes come flat-packed and are easily folded into shape. Some boxes fold up snug and tight without the need for tape or glue, while others can be fixed in place. Use our box picker tool to see what might suit your needs.

Number Needed

We’ll provide any number you need – big or small. As a starter, maybe think about how many boxes you’ll need to deliver on this quarter’s orders, then adjust from there.