{DIY Custom Tissue Paper Tutorial}

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So I'm always looking for new inexpensive ways to make my brand stand out to create a unique "Unboxing" experience for my end receiver, my clients. I looked at custom tissue paper and the prices were quite steep and more than I expected to pay.  I did a quick video in January of this year but thought it was time for a blog post.

If you are looking for a cute inexpensive way to create a brand unboxing experience for your client then stay tuned.

First you'll need to order a custom stand with your logo on it. I ordered mine from Rubberstamps.net. I prefer self inking over the one with the stamp pad but it's personal preference.  Choose the size stamp you'd like. I chose a large stamp. Rubber Stamps processed my order and I had my stamp within a few days.

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Pick up some tissue paper in your brand's colors. Since this is for my business I chose to use my brand's colors which are hot pink, teal, yellow, white and a dark charcoal color so I can use any of these colors for my tissue paper. White is always good but add some flavor by using colored tissue paper.

Now that you have your stamp and tissue paper we can begin. On a table, lay down some newspaper or a kraft paper to put your tissue paper on.  The stamp will possibly bleed through just a little depending on the thickness of your paper.  Lay down 1-2 sheets of tissue paper and beginning stamping where you want your logo to appear. Allow to dry for a few minutes before stacking them. Voila! Your very own custom tissue paper. I am so excited about this DIY! I can't wait for my clients to receive their items with my very own handmade tissue paper.

Tip for use: The possibilities are endless! 
Gift Bags/ Boxes
Shipping boxes
Desserts/Baked Goods

Will you try this DIY? Comment below on how you'd use it in your business.

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