Gift boxes

A base and lid box; or lift-off lid box is the most popular and cost-effective gift packaging manufactured to your design specifications. The box consists of a base or tray with a lid that fits over the top to close.
Even though this is the simplest style of a box we manufacture, with special design elements, the box to be unique to your brand.
The box can additionally be lined with a specific paper or colour to hide the chipboard to give it an even more luxurious look and feel.

The lid can be made deeper to give the box a more high-end look. Branding options are limitless with printing, foiling, silk screening, embossing or decorated with ribbon and tags with a logo or unique message or branding.

The shoulder box comprises of 3 parts, a tray, a shoulder ( which fits into the tray) and removable lid. The tray and lid are made of equal length and width and enables the base and lid to fit flush with one another. The tray is made higher to hold the lid flush or expose the shoulder if the design is required. Additional design options is a shoulder box with a hinged side or angled sides. With larger boxes, a ribbon is added to hold the lid upright, which is called a hold ribbon.
Non exposed shoulder box is where the base and lid are held on the shoulder to fit together seamlessly.

Exposed shoulder box is where the shoulder is made higher to keep part of the shoulder exposed. The shoulder tray is then covered with a contrasting colour which enhances this design feature.

A slipcase is a high-quality protective cover for a book, album or presentation folders. The spine of the book or folder is exposed which means the can slide out easily. Thumb cut out or shaped edges can be added to assist in removing the book easily.

It is a popular option for presentations tenders or any document that needs to be presented and stand out from the norm. Both can be branded to suit the client’s design brand.

Hinged lid boxes are made similarly to the base and lid boxes, the tray and lid are attached during the manufacturing process to provide an invisible hinge on the side. Three-sided hinge box is where the lid has three sides covering the base when closed.

A single hinged lid with hinged flap fastens typically with a hidden magnet to the base of the box. The box comprises of two parts, the tray and the cover with hinged sides. The base is then glued to the cover to make up the final box. This is a very high-end look and most popular with elaborate product display like bespoke invitations, or extravagant gifts.

Die cut boxes are a great solution to more complex packaging problems that a standard style cardboard box can’t solve. Because of the flexibility in the design of die cut boxes, solutions can be elaborate and tailored exactly around your product. Die cut boxes are highly customizable cardboard boxes designed to fit any shape, size, or need.
They are known as die cut boxes because they are cut from plain sheets, E-Flute or printed material on a machine known as a die press or die cutter.

This is a more cost-effective packaging solution to the rigid boxes ad can be branded with printing, silk screening, embossing and foiling.

If you have a product that is fragile, specific shape or just needs it to be arranged nicely presented in a certain way and kept in place in the box. It can be achieved by either adding a platform or foam insert in the tray of the box.
The tray is made out of a 300gsm board or thicker to create a platform. This is then die-cut to the shapes of the products and inserted into the tray. The cut out shapes keeps all the products in place.
If you require more complicated shapes or more protection for the product a die-cut or laser-cut foam inner is more suitable for this application. More detail and layers can e achieved using various foam layers.
If you require the inner tray to be non-exposed, we can add a ruched satin lining finish over the inner tray or foam cut inner.
The foam cut inner can also be lined with a velvet paper to give it a more luxurious look which is ideal for jewellery.

If you have a product that is fragile, specific shape or just needs it to be arranged nicely presented in a certain way and kept in place in the box. It can be achieved by either adding dividers or a ruched fabric lining.

This will ensure the products are separated and kept in place for protection and display purposes. The dividers are die cut and folded into shape to set divider sizes and rows. Where the ruched lining gives the box a more luxurious look and feel.

A hatbox is originally designed to carry or hold a hat, or transport garments. It has become a very popular luxury shape for wine boxes, cosmetic products, or luxurious corporate gifts. Even though this is the simplest style of a box we manufacture, we can still custom design the box to be unique to your brand. The box can be lined with a specific paper or colour to hide the chipboard. The lid can be made deeper to give the box a more high-end look. Branding options are limitless with printing and foiling or decorated with ribbon and tags with a logo or unique message.

Foiling is a very popular option for branding exclusive gift packaging. Foiling has various colours, from metallic, coloured gloss or matt finish. Foiling on on different material such as paper, vinyl, ribbon, leather, plastic, velvet, ribbon, fabric and even wood makes the process so unique. The metal block can be re-used and makes it ideal for repeat packaging runs since the metal block can be used on various items like envelopes and carry bags, notebooks etc.

Elegantly designed and printed wedding or corporate invitation boxes are likely to captivate your recipients and make them excited about the event they are invited to. Deluxe Boxes has diverse customization options for your invitation packaging boxes. You can have them printed in any style, colour and size, foiled or embossed. Adding a hinge or even a platform to fit your invitation snug, will add more custom details.

With living in the digital age, we have various printing methods to make use of, to ensure the perfect printing process for your gift packaging. With digital printing, branding options for your gift packaging and stationery, that were once impossible on shorter runs, are now a reality.

Digital printing – refers to a method of printing from a digital image directly to various digital printing media, such as large format printer, laser or inkjet printers. Digital printing has a higher cost per page, but on smaller runs do not have the expense of plates used for offset printing, also called litho printing. Digital printing has a short turnaround time, which allows for on-demand printing.

Even though we have all this technology at our fingertips, older printing methods are still very favourable for specific printing requirements, like silk screening, letterpress and foil printing. Every printing process has its advantages and will give its particular look to your printing needs.

With making use of digital printing in packaging design, means we can make short-run boxes or package material with the company branding and logo. We can print set artwork, designed, for various packaging material. Every item can be customised, e.g. like adding a guest name, or a particular message.

Large format printing is used when digital printing is physically too small. This opens up various packaging choices, and you don’t have to compromise on your packaging needs.

Offset printing or Litho printing is preferable larger printing runs with particular CMYK colour needs is required. It is a more cost-effective method for larger quantities and outstanding quality. Colours can be matched closely to set design colours.

Offset printing is a commonly used printing technique in which the inked image is transferred (or “offset”) from a plate to a rubber blanket, then to the printing surface. Each CMYK colour is printed separately, on a separate printing plate, and every layer added to the next makes up the final image. The cost per unit on larger quantities is much less than digital printing.

Screen printing is a printing technique where a mesh is used to transfer ink onto a substrate, except in areas made impermeable to the ink by a blocking stencil. A blade or squeegee is moved across the screen to fill the open mesh apertures with ink, and a reverse stroke then causes the screen to touch the substrate momentarily along a line of contact. This causes the ink to wet the substrate and be pulled out of the mesh apertures as the screen springs back after the blade has passed. One color is printed at a time, so several screens can be used to produce a multicoloured image or design

Silk screening is a more cost-effective branding option especially on a medium to large scale. White and pantone matching colours is the most popular for silk screened branding.