These days, people are not only looking for the best prices when they buy products, but they’re also looking for ways to make their items stand out. There is a multitude of options that can be used to give custom boxes a uniquely different look and feel.
There are some ideas on how to customize your rigid boxes, with some cost-effective and simple customization ideas.
Do you want to add some color? Use color paper, colorful tape, or rubber stamps with ink pads in the desired colors for an inexpensive option that will offer a big impact. For something more elaborate, use stickers or decals and create designs using markers or pens on your box’s surface. However, you can follow the different ways to customization of rigid boxes.
1. Change the background image
In order to change your background image and make it fit with other parts of your site, you can simply upload and use a picture. You can choose a pattern on the surface of the rigid boxes.
How about creating a pattern on your box’s surface?
You can use any type of paint and a stencil to create an entirely new look for the box. For an even more unique pattern, try add-ons for rigid boxes.
One alternative way to give your boxes a custom touch is by using craft foam. Simply cut out some shapes that you like and affix them onto your cardboard through the use of glue or double-sided tape. This will completely change the appearance of your boxes and add a special touch to their design.
If you have a lot of boxes printed and you would like to print only one box with a different design, consider putting stickers on them. Translucent or white stickers can be put over the entire box. However, it may be better to use an opaque sticker.
2. Change the color of the box top
I had a rigid box top for over a year when I first bought it. If you’re like me, then know that the color of the rigid box top is one of those things that can make or break your day. It’s those moments where you have to come up with some way to fix it, and there is nothing but your imagination.
When I first got it, my rigid box top was powder blue. It wasn’t the neutral color that I was looking for, and it faded easily. I wanted a shade of brown with a lot of character and personality. I knew exactly what I wanted to do, all I needed was the right piece of fabric. Different printed boxes enhance the personality of the product. So, I always want the printed rigid boxes. The reasons are
Top-notch custom-printed rigid boxes
Inspect the box after it is printed and laminated, and ensure all edges are straight and corners are at right angles. Any crookedness will show through on the sticker, so take your time with this step. Use a ruler and check by eye as well.
If you have a lot of boxes printed, consider using a ruler to mark off the locations for stickers by hand. It may be better to place a sticky note over each layer of your design and then place the stickers on top of it to avoid any problems.
Make sure all surfaces are clean and dry before gluing down your stickers as well. If you have laminated boxes, make sure that they are clean and dry before applying them to your labels. This is important because it will prevent any adhesive from getting anywhere it should not be.
3. Change the size of your box
We all have our own way of doing things. It’s how we got to this point, right?
But the problem with that is that so many of us are boxed in by our boxes. We do what we always do and don’t change anything. We stick to what we know because it makes sense from where we’re sitting. But it’s taken me years to realize why I didn’t try something new and when I look back, it’s obvious:
I was afraid of trying something and not being successful at it.
The box I live in prevents me from truly knowing the truth – it prevents me from being free. It doesn’t matter how big or small the box is, any size will do for now, because we can expand or shrink it later.
4. Move your box left, right, or center
The solution is simple, use different shaped boxes to change the shape of the mid, left, or right and cut your opening time down by a good half!
1) Your box should go in between sentences and paragraphs. Nobody likes a paragraph that starts with a box!
2) Your box should never be taller than the largest font size on your site. You want it to blend in rather than stand out awkwardly.
3) Place your menu bar where users can see it without scrolling—right aligned is best because this makes them feel less cramped for space and more satisfied with their experience at your site.
5. Add a box-shadow
The box-shadow property specifies how two-dimensional shadows appear when attached to an element. So, the box shadows are not supported by all browsers, but they are fully supported in Firefox and most other modern browsers. They can be used to create shading on an element.
Did you know that adding a box shadow on an element can make it more 3D and add depth to your design?
It also helps in fading elements in or out.
The benefits of adding a box shadow are
Using border and box-shadow
You can add depth to our web design and make our designs stand out from the rest by adding 3D effects.
Box shadow provides a way to add some depth to your site designs without actually having any layers (such as Photoshop layers) in your designs. This method allows you to control the depth of an element easily.