Monday, June 8, 2009

Buttery Looking

Sometimes we are asked to reproduce an 'old' look onto a new dieline for an updated carton. Not only will this Butter Pecan Ice Cream be tastey, but the color of the carton is buttery looking!


Friday, May 1, 2009

Auction Poster 'Packaging'

Packaging comes in all sizes and shapes. In this case, 'packaging' of an event was the task. Red 7 Packaging was asked to design the posters and brochure cover for the Kalamazoo Christian School Association's annual auction. Bright and eye-catching! Those were our goals for this one.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Dusty Road Packaging Dieline Changes

Sometimes a customer will change printers. Thus, we are called upon to convert the present carton to a new dieline, making everything fit within the new specifications. It's tricky, but we do it!

For the Files

After the digital files and color proofs are shipped off to the printer, sometimes a customer will request a sample copy for their own files. Thus, we create a 8 1/2 X 11 sized color proof which won't have to be folded, mutilated, spindled, stapled and stuffed into a file drawer.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Cool Packaging for Mint

It's fun to create packaging colors which create the 'mood' - in this case "cool" Mint Chocolate Chip.

Monday, February 16, 2009

Ice Cream Image Photoshoot

One of Red 7 Packaging's specialties is our photography. It takes skill and know-how to do food styling. Our very own Cory Van De Griend is encouraging Guernsey Farm Dairy Farm's new flavor - Grandpa's Blueberry Way - to smile nicely. Red 7 Packaging is designing a new carton for Guernsey - new colors, new image, new everything!

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Don't You Wish You Were Our Customer?

As a New Year's Greeting to our customers - thank you for asking Red 7 to help with their projects - gift bags with VERY special somethings were mailed out to each participating customer. We truly value our customers and wanted them to know it. The contents of each gift bag must have brought wide smiles as we certainly enjoyed assembling our very own 'packaging'.