Packaging is pivotal to Wren. Our product is made from it and we love wrapping, packing and posted a beautiful parcel to you – after all, each order is a gift even if bought for yourself!
Wondering around the Cape of Good Hope Castle.
Upcycled paper packaging of corn starch, flour and desiccated coconut made into tote bags.
Packaging, labels and tags are an important part of a product. I believe that they complete a product in the same way putting on a great pair of heels or polished shoes finishes off an outfit. The pun with the PPC Cement Laptop Bag packaging is that its packaging in packaging. The laptop bag is […]
It is great when practical and sustainable ideas are real … and easy. For example, how often do you have cement left over when you build? This is one instance where you have to see the bag half full as opposed to half empty. Local hardware stores are encouraging you to bring in your half […]
So you go out and spend (as consumerism requires) and you get home to unpack, what in my case was a washing machine, through layers of cardboard, polysterene and plastic. The washing machine is a dream but now what do I do with the packaging? Here are some options: 1. Recycle it. *If you do […]
The Wren Bird Key Ring is bubble wrapped inside a small brown paper bag and closed with a Wren sticker. Simple, practical and perfect.
Finally I have found a use for my swallow silhouettes… The Small Town Bags are still packaged in the classic brown paper bags but now they are decorated with cut-out map swallows. Using my pile of mis-printed maps I cut miniature versions of my wall-art swallows and spray-glued them to the paper bags. To close […]
I value the wrapping of gifts and I carry this through to Wren bag packaging. Each Wren bag is packaged in a brown paper bag sealed with a safety pin decorated with brightly coloured beads. The safety pin is a traditional South African clothing item used instead of a button to hold clothes together and […]