Christmas Greetings and Novelty Festive Mailings Make a Difference
Today is the last day in September which means our thoughts are turning to cosy Winter evenings in front of the fire and of course Christmas. If you need inspiration for your Christmas greetings this year perhaps you need a free sample pack from us to get your creative juices flowing? You can order one from us and Santa will have it with you in no time at all. In today’s blog I have chosen just a few attention-grabbing and novelty festive mailings ideas.
Jumpinjax – Let it Snow Let it Snow
Let it snow with mini pop up cubes that bounce out and surprise your recipient. The Jumpinjax adds fun to your festive mailings with its novelty design. The mailing tray opens up and four mini pop up cubes leap free giving a Christmas cracker touch to Christmas greetings. The four cubes are standard however we can do bespoke products too. Simply contact our team here with your ideas for your customised Jumpinjax and start the process to a successful and amusing festive mailing.
Winter Wonderland – Moving Picture Desk Display
The Desk Dissolve is a very popular choice for direct mail throughout the year but for Christmas greetings it really comes into play. Most clients choose to print a calendar on the side without the moving picture which then becomes a New Year desk tool for your recipients too. The A6 Desk Dissolve has the key feature of a changing image or dissolving picture in the centre and plenty of room for your festive mailings artwork around the frame too. The best thing to do is to order a sample and take a look for yourself.
Deck the Halls – Gem Shapes
Why not encourage your customers to deck their halls with Pop up Gems? You design and send your Pop up Gem with a metallic loop in silver or gold and they can hang it in the office. These festive mailings are sent out compressed into mailing wraps and they spring free and into shape as soon as the wrap is opened. There are a few gem shapes to choose from though of course my favourite is the Pop up Diamond.