I am looking for a sample/gift box that will hold 5-2oz Boston Round sample bottles.
I would like the front panel to have a window that will show the bottle flavours inside the box. I don't want anything on the box identifying flavours so I can add what ever products I want.
I want it to be clean and clear and describe what is in the box. I like a combination of modern and vintage design with heavy, clean lines. I want to avoid clutter but at the same time not have a lot of dead or empty space. I would like to see some textures applied to the background. I am leaning heavily towards a white box with 2-4 colours. I prefer a pallet of white-black-red but please feel free to try other colour combinations. Something that works with the existing labels of my product; check out my website for current products and colours. My mixes are fruit based so I want to avoid anything too dark and gloomy that doesn't imply freshness. So browns and greys are out!
The back panel will need room for 5 nutritional information panels and ingredients list for each product. It can be left blank but divided into 5 sections.
The front, top and side panels are for more information about my company and the products and are where you can be creative. I really like the idea of incorporating vintage whiskey labels into the design.
If you can design an actual die line to send to a box producer that would be ideal. Otherwise please use the dimensions of the bottles to come up with a rough box layout.
I would need the die line in PDF and the Graphics in AI and TIFF. I would really like GIMP XCF format if possible.
The individual bottle is 93 mm Height x 40 mm Dia. The box is to be designed to hold 5 bottles. So roughly 200 mm x 95 mm.
If you can include a divider insert that will go between the bottles so they aren't rubbing that would be amazing! I want to put a short and simple recipe on the back panel of the insert/divider.
I haven't settled on the box material but it will likely be white standard light weight paper-board. Sorry I am not familar with the types of cardboard used. Think of a box of crackers or cereal from the grocery store, that is the weight of material I am going to be using. I am open to ideas in white or the typical brown generic cardboard.