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We are a new company that sells baby and parenting products online.
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I need some simple product inserts for 5 products we are testing. They inserts will have our logo, product name and a few product features that will be printed on card stock to lightweight cardboard. Nothing too fancy but a nice layout with the use of brand colors. One of the inserts may actually have some images of the product incorporated into the design. I think it may be best to start out with the one that will be the most complicated of the five and made of different material (thin cardboard) other than card stock as the other 4 will be. This insert will be for a pacifier clip as shown in a couple of the pictures but it will be a 4 pack in stead of one. I have roughly sketched out the size of what it needs to be which is twice as wide and the same height. It will have a cut out area on the upper portion of the insert where the clips will actually be clipped to the cardboard and a section at the bottom that will basically be a flap the the bottom ribbon part will go around to help display them when they are in the poly bag. I would like my Cubgear logo at the top front left replacing the AIKE logo and then saying Pacifier Clip with teething beads. The front may or may not have images of the pacifier clip with attached pacifiers and teething ring from the images attached. The back will have instructions...To Use:
1. unsnap plastic snap on opposite end from the clip.
2. Thread ribbon thru pacifier handle or teething ring and snap back into place on one of the 3 snaps.
3. attach clip to babys clothing.
After that...similar to the sample package, I would like images similar to the ones shown on the packaging with Open, push up & close, push down above appropriate images. I can supply you some better images later. Then cleaning instructions and warning like the sample. Then it will also need to say:
somewhere on the packaging as well as "Made in China" in small print. There will be no upc code. I will also not need the cutout at the top for hanging on a display. The other 4 inserts will just be printed on card stock with the logo, product name and a few bullet points about the product...really simple.
I would like all of the inserts to have some design uniformity to help with brand recognition. I am not looking to spend a whole lot of money on this project. These products are just test products to see how they do on Amazon.com. The logo that will be used at the top will be the full Cubear Logo with the opposite letter color bordering the letters.