When someone says "packaging," it is very common to think of materials such as paper and plastic which form the bulk of most product wrappers these days. Break Kingdom packaging may then be an unexpected sight since fabric is sometimes seen as a more costly commodity.
But Elizabeth Frison of Vancouver Island University decided that textiles are much more sustainable and responsible materials for bundling consumer goods. Items like these adorable printed cloth swathes look to have been hand produced with some effort and care, but just think about how beautiful blankets like these can be used again and again.
Loaves of break and quantities of smaller baked foods can be folded gently into Break Kingdom packaging. Tied by the corners and labeled with tags, this charming cover makes its contents seem all the more scrumptious.
Blanketed Baked Goods
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Illustrated Typography Treats
Adolescent Illustrated Branding
Cute Cartoony Cartography
Robust Brew Branding
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Break Kingdom Packaging Opts for the Snug Eco Alternative
- By: Amelia RoblinJan 5, 2012