Add depth, textures, and visual effects to your label or packaging.

Embellishments are decorative elements that go beyond basic printing. They create a visually captivating and tactile design, engaging senses and emotions that uniquely resonate with your customers. 

Crafting the perfect blend of embellishments can encourage customers to connect with your packaging and make them choose your product over your competitor’s.

Explore all the embellishments available for your product and industry:

Choose different mechanisms to seal and secure packaging. Auto lock involves tabs or flaps on the packaging that automatically lock into place when the carton is folded,  without the need for additional adhesive. It can also be stronger for products that are heavier. Tuck style involves tucking the flaps of the carton into designated slots or openings to secure the packaging. This method requires manual folding and tucking, ideal for products that need to be resealable or accessed multiple times.
A technique that applies a metallic or decorative foil layer to a substrate without the need for heat. Unlike traditional hot foil stamping, cold foil relies on adhesive and UV curing technology. A layer of UV-curable adhesive is printed onto the substrate. The foil is fed into the printing press and pressed against the adhesive-coated areas. A UV light is used to instantly cure and adhere the foil to the adhesive. The unadhered foil is then removed, leaving behind the foil layer only.
A certain area of the packaging material is strategically removed or “cut out” to create a hole or opening to highlight specific features of the product for various purposes, such as creating a window, providing access to certain information, or allowing consumers to interact with the product without fully opening the package.
It is a process that creates an indentation or depression on a surface,creating a sunken effect to add texture and a tactile element to packaging.
Both sides of the carton showcase distinct designs or information. This technique not only enhances packaging design flexibility and creativity but also optimises carton space utilisation to the fullest.
The pressure applied during the process raises the selected areas of the packaging, creating a tactile and visually appealing effect.
A built-in loop or hanging hole enables the product to be suspended, effectively showcasing it on a shelf or display.
A type of ink that contains pigments that emit vibrant and bright colours when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light. These pigments absorb the UV light and re-emit it as visible light, creating a fluorescent or neon-like effect that is highly visible and eye-catching. 
Application of a shimmering or sparkling effect. The process involves adding fine particles of reflective material to the ink or coating used in printing or finishing processes. Glitter can be applied selectively to specific areas or incorporated into the overall design, enhancing the aesthetic appeal.

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