Just tell me where and when I can buy these, and I’m getting a whole set. Melissa Ginisiorsky, a recent Pennsylvania State University graduate, designed this packaging concept for decorative-edge scissors. Not only do the boxes resemble friendly fish, they function as a reusable carrying case. You can even peek at the blade style through a die-cut hole in the bottom.
(Via Lovely Package)
10 thoughts on “Best Scissors Packaging Ever”
That is spectacular! I seriously want to buy those. That is definitely some marketing genius going on there! Not to mention creativity!!
Its so pretty , would you want to open them to use them even if you did buy one.
Such a fun and eye catching idea!
I’m surprised no one’s commented on the fact that this packaging is so minimal, compared to the cardboard and blister packaging this kind of product gets today. I applaud the earth-friendliness of this concept!
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