Christmas packaging is one of the most amazing things that we can enjoy throughout Yuletide. Although initially, it is created to stand out from the crowd and skillfully tout the product; nevertheless, it still one of those things that set people in the celebratory mood and sprinkle the cheer all other the place. Let us consider a dozen outstanding examples that are just sheer source of holiday inspiration.
Collection of Inspiring Christmas Packaging Designs
24 Days of Christmas, one of the beloved traditions, was skillfully brought to life by Murat Ismail for Newby. This unique advent calendar with a beautiful masquerade ball theme has 24 tiny drawers that delight owners with new tea bags each day.
Roshen sticks to the traditional route of using fully illustrated cardboard. While an idea is not as clever as the previous example; however, the execution is worthy of your attention. Gingerbread house and a bus filled with goodies convey the cheerful spirit of the holiday right away.
A candy wrap for packing sweets seems a bit banal yet, in this case, truly ingenious. Another great thing about this is that everyone can do this at home.
Much like Newby’s Advent box, this one is another fantastic solution for presenting tea bags. The box includes Christmas trees that carry tea bags and serve as holders for a mug.
Robot Foods has ditched all the traditional packaging and opted in favor of simple metallic can. Having decorated it with a jolly red and white striped pattern and combined with some vintage details, they have brought a unique Christmassy masterpiece.
One of the beloved Christmas home decorations has inspired the holiday edition created by LG Beauty. Each lipstick has a cap in the shape of a small snowball with a festive tree or teddy bear inside. Cute and lovely.
Standing in sharp contrast to the previous example, these Christmas triangles certainly look simpler but in no account primitive. On the contrary, they look ingenious. The tartan pattern in tandem with fluffy caps and festive stickers do the trick here.
The twinkling star is one of the long-standing elements of festive home decorations. Therefore, it is only logical to use this shape as a gift box. Ali Owaineh and George Abufarha show us how to do this the right way.
Dated by 2011, this epic bottle packaging is still a pure feast for an eye. Each bottle is made as a Nisse, a small Norwegian mythical creature. Packed inside a large box with windows, it will undoubtedly bring lots of luck and joy to your family.
Much like Roshen’s gift boxes, this one also follows the traditional route. Here the execution stands behind the wow effect. Santa, snowman, and elf were skillfully brought to life thanks to a vibrant illustration inflicted on a bottle.
Christmas tree and elf make a lovely couple and a true magical scenery. This is another simple idea that was skillfully reimagined and enhanced with holiday vibes.
Sometimes it takes more than just one box to see the entire picture. The Christmas packaging by Jennifer Bunting shows this in practice.
The same goes to Mommie pie. Divided into classic eight pieces, this yummy pie not only will bring delight to your tastes but also joy and cheer to your mood.
Inspired by a traditional Santa Claus clothing, Aziz Borashed was managed to transform a regular coffee mug into a beloved character from the holiday.
While there is nothing fancy about the box design, augmented reality is what makes it so special. Use your tablet for breathing some life into the illustration.