Hello! we create beautiful things in paper and card with minimum environmental impact

We are designers and makers of custom boxes and luxury presentation packaging boxes. We’re print finishers specialising in pressure-based techniques. And we’re experts in producing luxury playing cards. These are some of the projects we’ve worked on:

An ornate tuck box design foiled with precision and care

A luxury french finished box for a luxury interiors brand

Interior designer Rose Uniacke came to us to create something truly unique.

We created something elegant and sexy for the shoe maker to the stars.

We created a whole range of custom boxes, playing cards and games stationery for the renowned London retailer.

A trusted institution entrusted us to handle this luxury packaging project for them.

Our Print Finishing Services

We specialise in making luxury presentation packaging and gift boxes. Furthermore we have no minimum order size so we can make something truly unique and personal for you.

Ram punching allows for the precise cutting of paper into a solid shape. We are experts in high volume runs of personalised loyalty cards for mass mailings, keeping the cards in sequence.

Hot foiling is the application of a pigment or metallic foil using heat and pressure to bond it to a range of substrates. We use foiling extensively for luxury stationery and presentation packaging.

If you are after a subtle finish to your project then embossing or debossing is ideal. This raises or depresses paper stock making your print work highly tactile, great for a range of projects.

We’re renowned specialists in producing luxury playing cards and offer a complete service from design of the cards – both faces and backs – through to production and packaging.

Applying foil to the edges of your print work gives a mirrored effect that looks sumptuous and highly desirable. This eye-catching finish is synonymous with luxury.

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