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Customized Logo Cylinder Paper Earring Boxes and Packaging

Posted By: elpackaging

Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2021

Price: $1.00

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Guangzhou Extra Link Printing & Packaging Co.,Ltd.,product packaging manufacturer, is specialized in paper printing and packaging company. Focus on every details from printing job to paper packaging hand working job is what we are always doing for years.We are a reliable and honesty company.

Customized Logo Cylinder Paper Earring Boxes and Packaging Product List
Product name Earring Boxes And Packaging
Size Diameter:7*Height:4.5cm  Accept Customization
Color Multicolor
Shape Cylinder
Industrial Use Jewelry
Usage StorageEarring
Logo Customer's Logo
Printing CMYK 4 Colors AndPantone Color
Material 157gsm C2S Art Paper,1200gsm Cardboard
Finishing Accept Customization
Accessories Ribbon
Certification ISO9001:2008, SGS, FSC
Sample charge Free for plain sample
Sample time 7 working days
Custom Order Accept

The products of earring packaging boxes include paper earring boxes,personalised earring box and luxury earring box.

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