When it’s time to send out gifts to your clients this holiday season, giving a custom journal or planner is the perfect way to help your clients remember you all year.
You want this great gift to leave a great impression, so shouldn’t your packaging be as perfect as the gift? Our customizable gift boxes are the perfect solution for adding that personal touch this holiday season. Not only do we carry gift boxes in a variety of sizes to fit most JB books, we can boost the box to match the journal or planner too!
Start with a gift box that’s just the right size to fit your journal, with plenty of room for tissue. Speaking of tissue – you can wrap your gift in regular white tissue, or you can add some pizzaz with one of these beautiful new tissue options.
Choose between the classic Tuc Gift Box or upgraded Two-Piece Gift Box. The classic Two-Piece Gift Box has a white bottom and black top. Tuc Gift Boxes come in black or white options, please contact our factory to ask about other colors that we may be able to source for you.
Make it colorful or keep it classic. There’s a lovely tissue to match every brands’ style.
Once you have the box, containing a one-of-a-kind journal or planner secured beautifully with tissue inside, it’s time to add the finishing touches.
- With our variable data printing capabilities, you can let your clients know that you thought of each of them specifically, by adding each individual’s name to the GraphicWrap that’s placed around their book.
- Tell them happy holidays with a fun AdhesiveGraphic. Place this adhesive directly on the book, or use it to secure the tissue paper.
- Add Smartpicx to any full-color accessory.
- Protect your journals by packaging each book individually in a glassine envelope. These clear glossy envelopes are water resistant and acid-free to keep book covers clean, spotless, and vibrant.
- Gift Boxes can also be foil stamped, add the same logo that’s on the journal to the box as well, for just an additional run-charge.
Presentation is everything. This year, make sure your gift is one for the books!
Credit: Amy Lowry
Jonathan Reid has been working for JournalBooks and PCNA, in Charlotte, for six years as a Kluge operator doing foil stamping, embossing, and die cutting.
Jonathan takes great pride in his work! “I love what I do and the opportunity to be creative. Every job is different, and I enjoy the challenge that comes with that.” Jonathan keeps samples of his most creative and challenging work and enjoys showing visitors when we have factory tours.
“Jonathan is a pleasure to work with and not only does his job exceptionally well, he also helps other team members whenever possible. He is truly a World Class Teammate” says JournalBooks President, Tim O’Boyle.
Outside of work, Jonathan enjoys spending time with his wife Taneisha, and their three children. He enjoys being a homebody and likes watching scary movies with his two daughters Desjourne and Alexia. His son, Jonathan Jr, is very active in boy scouts and Jonathon enjoys volunteering with his troop. He also likes to go bowling with his family.
In addition to enjoying time with his family, Jonathan is considered a handyman by many of his close friends. “I install a lot of flat screen TV’s for my friends and fix things for them.”
It’s just another day, another dollar for Charlie Hollifield here at JournalBooks. For the second year in a row, Charlie managed to put his creative and crafty mind to good use as he hand-made his winning 2017 Halloween costume.
I got a chance to catch up with Hollifield and ask how he feels about his success. According to Charlie he did not anticipate coming in first place both years, but 2016 was just a learning experience for him. Rumor had it that Charlie was not allowed to win again, but Charlie said he knew how hard he worked, so maybe the judges would reconsider. His 2016 scarecrow was brought to life after a long night the night before the 2016 contest.
The 2017 “Ancient tribal druid shaman” (titled by Charlie) took weeks to build. He said, “I gotta defend my title,” so of course he worked harder on his 2017 costume. He carved hooved stilts and a tribal mask, and then he tied everything together with whatever fabrics he could find.
When it comes to his creativity he seems quite confident, so I had to know: Charlie, have you always been this artistic? The answer is yes! That’s why he went to school for Fine Arts. Looks like the rest of us have to try a bit harder to topple the man, the myth, and the legend that is the Charlie Hollifield. Hard work pays off, folks! Who knew? However, just because Charlie took the gold medal does not mean that there wasn’t some serious competition on the prowl this year.
Asking around the days before the contest, everyone was extremely secretive. Ella from marketing said, “if I don’t place, it’s rigged.” Sarah from Business Development rode a tricycle and wore red contacts; Elizabeth came in with sound effects; some, including myself, decided to team up with other JB employees. Everyone had a game plan, and everyone looked great! Rachel in BD got married on Halloween, but before she left she angrily said, “I am seriously upset that I am missing [the contest].” Well Rachel, you missed a good one. Everyone, start getting ready for next year.
Credit: Eddie Rodriguez