If you’re a fan of #DIY crafts for personalized gifts, promotional giveaways and event supplies, you should consider adding a personal touch to your next gift, giveaway or event with gorgeous origami-heart notes.
We’re always looking for innovative ways to say “thanks” to special clients that deserve some extra attention, and promotional giveaways are great for that. But nothing says “thanks” like a #DIY gift from the heart. These special origami-heart notes are relatively easy to build, and the graphic below explains it very clearly (even if the instructions are in Chinese).
Though they appear to be envelopes, what you are looking at is actually the notes themselves. Even the heart is apart of the note sheet. You would write or print your note on the inside, of course.
You’ll need two separate sheets of paper in a square cut for this project. To maximize the marketing effect of this note, you should use a sheet of paper that features your company logo in a tasteful way. You can also add your logo to promotional mints or candy, and attach the mints or candy as a part of the gift. Thanks to Duitang for posting the image.
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If you’re a fan of #DIY crafts for personalized gifts, promotional giveaways and event supplies, you should consider adding a personal touch to your next gift, giveaway or event with Candy Cone Envelopes.
Sometimes, saying “thanks” or “hello” just isn’t enough, especially in the business world, but it’s not always prudent to spend a load of cash on promotional gifts for every client and partner in your contact list. And you definitely don’t want to miss out on enhancing the relationship by not delivering a memorable gift, so next time, try dropping off one of these DIY candy cone envelopes. They’re cheap and easy to build, so you can assemble them as you need them.
All you need is some gourmet candy, sheets of fancy colored paper, a roll of ribbon, a bottle of decent craft glue, and perhaps a printer (with paper) to attach a note that features your company’s logo.
Making the Envelope
+ The envelope itself is super simple to build, and even origami newbies should find it rather easy. Start with a square sheet of paper in a diamond layout (as seen above).
+ Roll the sheet of paper into a cone, similar to the way waffle ice cream cones are formed. Glue it down.
+ The top of your diamond will form the closing flap of the envelope. Don’t glue it down yet.
Making the Note
+ Next, print your company’s logo onto paper with a “thank you” message. The above photos feature a personal note with a “secret wishes” message, but in the business world, you should make sure your logo is clearly associated with the gift in order to clearly associate the gift’s positive emotional impact with your brand. A simple, “thank you” below your logo should suffice.
+ Make sure the logo is small enough to not over-cover the envelope. It should barely peek over the edges of the envelope (after the envelope has been flattened in the next step).
+ Flatten the envelope down. Then, stuff it with gourmet candies, and glue the top flap down.
+ Decorate it with a simple ribbon over the flap, and glue your note/logo over the ribbon.
+ Finally, thank Martha Stewart for the original concept!
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