Creating a thrilling visual experience is easier than ever with new fun colors: I’ve Got the Blues, PlumPerfect, Smoke Screen, St. Patty’s, Lime Light, Mud Pie, My Peeps, With Pulp, and Pepto Pink.
Pearl Linen is a coated cloth that is simple, elegant and offers a soft feel that quietly delivers high-end value. Available in a pleasing color palette, varying from intense fashion colors to the color blocks of earth tone hues.
Pearl Linen is very durable, but also easily decorates and can accommodate a wide variety of printing, embossing, foil/pigment stamping, die-cutting and can easily be laminated to board, doubling the scope of possible applications.
“The introduction of these new colors is a direct response to our customers for fashion and trendy colors supporting their desire for product differentiation”, said Gary Sweeney, SR. V.P Operations & Business Development.
Pearl Linen cloth is often used for an assortment of cover applications, specialty containers and mechanical binding applications when packagers want to make a striking first impression. Well known brands such as Michael Kors and GapBody took their package design to the next level by turning to this cloth for the open-weave and tactile appeal.
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