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This cube-shaped product is excellent for direct mail promotions as it is supplied flat inside its own custom-printed cardboard envelope but when the mailer is opened it jumps out as a fully-formed cube. It is made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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This pop-up polyhedron is a pentagon-shaped promotional marketing product that has been created using cardboard engineering technology. It is made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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This rather unique creation is a pop-up Christmas Decoration that has been printed as a promotional calendar. The product is ideal for a seasonal marketing campaign as it lies flat in an envelope for mailing but jumps out into the shape of a decoration when the mailer is opened. It is made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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This promotional desk top calendar has the added attraction of having an automatic pop-up action. Perfect for year-end direct mail promotions, the product is supplied flat in its own custom-printed mailing envelope but automatically jumps up into the "ball" shape when the mailer is opened. Made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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This promotion featured a pop-up box that was designed for a Valentine's Day promotion. The product was ideal for the direct mail campaign as it is supplied flat in its own custom-printed cardboard envelope and it jumps up into the box-shape when the mailer is opened. This example was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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A combination of cardboard engineering and rubber band technologies was used to create this halloween event invitation. The product has an automatic pop-up which added to the theme of Halloween. It was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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Cardboard engineering techniques have been used to create this jewel-shaped promotional advertsing product. It is often used in direct marketing campaigns as it comes in its own custom printed ebvelope and pops up into this jewel shape when the mailer is opened. This one was used as a halloween promotion and was made by Whitney Woods in the UK.
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This promotional pop-up calendar is ideal for a year-end mail shot as it is supplied flat in its own custom-printed cardboard envelope but when the mailer is opened it jumps up into this fully-formed polyhedron. This one has 12 faces and each is printed with the dates of a month to create a desk top calendar. It was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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This promotional product is often printed like a Christmas tree and is used as a company Christmas card. It is alos used for general advertising, marketing and promotional use and this particular pop-up was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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This promotional pen holder is ideal as a direct marketing piece as it is supplied folded flat in its own printed cardboard envelope. Once the mailer is opened, the product jumps up into a fully-formed cube-shaped pen holder. This one was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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Cardboard engineering technology was used to create this promotional pop-up box which was designed to look like a chocolate box. The product was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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This promotional advertising pop up box was designed using cardboard engineering and rubber band technologies. This particular example was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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This product was produced as an evet invitation - a pop-up cube. It is ideal for direct marketing as it lies flat in its own cardboard mailer and automatically jumps out one the mailer is opened. This one was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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Cardboard engineering technology helped to create this wacky promotional product. Powered by an internal rubber band the Zing Thing has an extender arm which can be pulled out of the sleeve but then it shoots back inside as soon as it is released. Made for advertising and promotional purposes in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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Rubber bands are used to give power to two small cardboard cubes that jump out of this promotional pack once it is opened. This product has been used for a variety of promotional purposes such as a giveaway at trade shows and as a magazine cover mount. This example is known as a "Two Pop Box" and is made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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A simple piece of die-cutting eliminates the need to pay for gluing the seam on promotional tent cards. This tab/ slot fastening example is made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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Here's a great example of how to put a lot on information and innovation into a small pocket-sized product. It is called a Tripleburst and it starts life as a handy size of approx 105 x 75mm. But when it is opened - WOW! The product has 3 starburst displays and it opens up to 150 x 665mm to give a terrific display. The product has many promotional uses and is made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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This neat little promotional product is a credit card-sized piece of pocket media that opens up to approx 210 x 150mm using an ancient piece of folding technology. The style of fold has been around for centuries and it is known in England as a "starburst" fold. This example was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
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