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Four Creative Ways You Can Use Our Tins

1. Packaging your products

They say ‘Don’t judge a book by its cover’ but when it comes to products, isn’t that something we all do? Packaging is key to the customer experience so don’t underestimate its importance - packaging has become part of the product. Tins have been used for years as a way of containing products. Whether you make personal grooming products, clothing (socks in a tin anyone?), confectionery - I mean, the list is endless - one of our bespoke printed tins may be the perfect packaging option.

2. Personalised unique gifts

Need something special for an event? Maybe your wedding’s coming up or you’ve got a big birthday party to plan. Our tins are the perfect vehicle for the popular pinterest-esque wedding or party favours such as the hangover survival kit (did someone say in sickness and in health?!) So, just grab one of our tins, printed with whatever you’d like - we’re loving the vibe of this vintage first aid kit - and fill it with suitable remedies! 🤕

3. Employee incentive

A sure-fire way to boost morale a small token of appreciation goes a long way to increase employee satisfaction. The possibilities are endless - how about a bespoke branded notebook with a pen in a tin. Or for new recruits, introduce yourself with your brand story, a local coffee shop gift card, and a handwritten note welcoming them to the team. They can then use the tin as a catch-all on their desks for any bits and bobs that need a home - paperclips, pens, important business cards.

4. Stationery

Finally, we couldn’t really do a whole blog post about tins without mentioning our bespoke tin gift sets. We’ve done some of the work for you and put together some of our bestselling options! All you have to do is decide which one you’d prefer and then send us your artwork. Here’s your opportunity to let your creativity run wild!
See all options here.

So there you have it, our top four ways to use our tins. What do you think? Are there any ways you’d use them instead? We’d love to hear!