It’s something we hear again and again from our customers when choosing custom printed tape designs.
“We want to use the black tape Amazon uses.”
If you’ve ever received a box from Amazon, you know what we’re describing: black tape with the company’s name in tan and blue.
However, this tape isn’t black. It is a tan tape, printed with black and blue ink, allowing the original tape color to form the copy.
This is a process known as reverse printing, which is the opposite of positive printing, the traditional style of printing tape.
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If you knew nothing about packing tape and walked into your local hardware or office supply store, you would most likely come away with a roll of polypropylene tape. You can confirm this by pulling the tape off the roll and listening for a loud crackling noise.
It’s the most popular form of packing tape, for a few important reasons.
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Subscription boxes are everywhere these days, allowing you to order everything from beauty products (Birchbox) to ready-to-cook meals (Blue Apron) to pet supplies (Bark Box).
And while they’re all selling different things, these companies all have a couple of things in common: their business model, and their boxes. Everything you order comes in a nicely printed box. Continue reading “Spending Too Much on Printed Boxes? Try Custom Printed Tape Instead”