Fine Art Print Packaging (and why I think the mailman loves me)

Actually, that’s a lie.  I don’t really think my mailman loves me at all.  In fact it may be the very opposite.  Poor guy.  Every time I go to the post office I see wide eyes.  Usually wide eyes mean “oh my word, look at those cute kids!”  or “wow.  I totally love your studio” or some such lovely thing.  But I somehow, I don’t think that’s quite the vibe I’m picking up at the good ol’ USPS office.

BUT, while I may have heaps of packages and tubes to mail (thank you all, btw, and I love you so much), I DO have the prettiest packages they ever will see.

Artwork Packaging: Emily Jeffords Studio

My thought of a beautiful package is one laden with love and intention – but minimalistic and sweet.  …and yes, I’ve totally spent time thinking about this (haven’t you?!)  Less is more, but I love to make sure the details included in the packaging make the artwork inside even more special.


I am lucky.  The reproductions I create are printed by a local print shop, Dapper Ink (check them out because they are rockin’ amazing), on super fine canvas that is printed in many layers.  It’s so flexible and sturdy they can be bent or rolled without any longterm recourse.


Each print is special to me.  Each painting captures a bit of my heart and soul.  My hope is that every single customer, buyer, and collector feels that intention and love.


Artwork Packaging: Emily Jeffords Studio

See the full collection of prints (and get a pretty package of your own) in my Etsy shop.


Emily Jeffords

Most days you can find me, in the studio with my little girls, speckled in oil paint (drinking too much coffee), creating artwork for collectors around the world and collaborating with select brands. Check out my artwork on


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