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How Brad.bckgroup started their product label journey
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Cosmetics & Beauty
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We manufacture and sell all natural suntan oils with original botanical scented blends.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Need a polished product label for our 8oz bottles. The label will be essenially the same for the different scented blends except the name of the scent will changed and the picture/pictures will change. The label we are using now is "Pineapple/Plumeria" with a small pic of a pineapple and a plumeria bloom. We also have a "Coconut/Coffee" and a "Cherry/Ammaretto" We like the "KONA" header with the monkey looking out the"O". The girraffe background can go if needed. We also like the idea of the label being made of a thick stock, light brown paper label with rough edges possibly. We would like the earthy organic feel to be immediatly felt when the bottle is first seen an picked up. The bottles will be packaged in a light brown, light stock, almost tissue paper, with a raffia bow around the neck of the bottle. Just throwing some info your way as food for thought. Label is one, 4" x 5" wrapped around bottle right now but could be two labels, one for the front and a smaller for the back but it seems harder with such a small bottle diameter. Nothing too crisp, modern or too webbie. Think old world carribean.
Current label is 4" tall and 5" wide wrapping around bottle. Bottle is approx 1.75" in diameter and thus giving a clear frontal viewing area of just over 1.5" wide x 4" tall. Keep this frontal viewing area in mind when thinking of design real estate.