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Petite Press

A Better Way to Showcase Product Features

Davison Produced Product Invention: Petite Press
Look for the "D" on the back of the package.
Mr. Davison (aka Mr. D) with the Petite Press on the store shelf:
George Davison with product invention Petite Press in the store

The Problem:
A manufacturer turned to Davison to create packaging that would communicate all the great features of its Petite Press portable mini iron while allowing consumers to touch and handle the product.

Davison's Better Way:
We created a package design that thoroughly accomplished the goal. The cut-out package enables consumers to grasp the ergonomic grip while keeping the product protected. The eye-catching graphics clearly communicate all the product's features, such as the digital control pad and the four-position adjustable head, with easy-to-read text in three languages: English, Spanish and French.

Featured in the following stores:
  • Overstock
  • Stuff 4 Sewing
  • Michaels
  • Kmart
  • Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores
  • A.C. Moore
  • Consumer Appliances
  • Clotilde
  • Hancock Fabrics
  • Ben Franklin Crafts & Hardware
  • Scrap-Masters
  • SewShop.com
  • Craft Town Hobby Land USA
  • Nancy's Notions
  • Mary Maxim
  • Quilting by the Bay
  • Joanne's Creative Notions
  • Gone Sewing
  • Elegant Stitches
  • Honey Bee Quilt Store
  • Royal Yarns International
  • Cindy's Quilt Shop
  • Quilt Works Online
  • Satin Moon
  • Arts Crafts USA
  • Pleasant Mountain Stitchery
  • My Gofer
  • Midwest Scrapbook
  • 1-2-3 Stitch
  • Home-Sew Inc.
  • Newark Dress Maker Supply
  • Stitchin' the Ditch
  • Knit and Quilt
  • Create for Less
  • Roberts Arts & Crafts
  • Super Mart
  • The Sewing Center
  • Stuff4Scrapbooking.com
  • The Quilt Store (Canada)
  • The Quilt Place
  • Sewing Shop
  • Keepsake Quilting
  • eQuilter.com
  • Thread & More
  • Londa's Creative Threads
  • For Keeps Sake
  • eSticker
  • Quilting-Warehouse.com
  • Fabric Depot
  • Erica's
  • QuiltSource Canada

This package design was invented and licensed by Davison for its own benefit.

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