Friday, 25th November 2022

A Sweet Treat

A moment we love here at Greenfield Creations is when a client is first presented with their branding on a piece of packaging or point of sale. The joy on their faces always reminds us that whilst it may have been a straightforward production job for us, it is an important milestone in their journey and something to be celebrated.

For The Linton Kitchen, a café serving delicious homemade cakes, biscuits and pastries, the excitement was obvious and palpable. Their team popped in for a visit and saw their logo being screen-printed onto their chosen boxes. Seeing their logo front and centre on our packaging was a huge moment for them and they were thrilled, they filmed a brilliant time-lapse of the boxes being produced.

For small independent businesses, we know how important it is to make the right branding decisions, deciding where the marketing budget should be spent in those early years is a difficult call to make. However, when your end product is as spectacular as The Linton Kitchen, it’s a no-brainer that the emphasis should be on guiding their clients to associate their fantastic cakes with their name and logo.

The simple cardboard packaging featured a vivid purple screen-printed logo, this worked perfectly for The Linton Kitchen and means that anyone who is lucky enough to receive a Linton Kitchen treat as a gift will see The Linton Kitchen’s branding just as they’re taking in how incredible their bakes look.

If you want to see some truly spectacular cakes, take a look at The Linton Kitchen’s Facebook and Instagram but prepare to feel very hungry! We create cost-effective packaging solutions for businesses of all sizes and all industries, whether you are an independent business like the Linton Kitchen, taking your first steps into the world of packaging, or you are looking to improve your packaging and perhaps want a more environmentally sustainable option – get in touch today and let us show you how we can support you.

They shared the video on their Instagram, which is well worth a view if you love cake:


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