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A Christmas card like no other

Showcasing the power of print, a Christmas card has been created that you may not have received before. Talking Print and cardboard engineering company 1st Impression have come together to launch a creative Christmas card mailer, shaped like a cracker which once pulled apart reveals a video screen.

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The Christmas cracker card once pulled apart reveals a video screen

The screen plays the classic song ‘We wish you a Merry Christmas’ and showcases a reel of printed products.

David Hyams, managing director at Talking Print, says: “We, along with 1st Impression, felt the best way to showcase our talents and highlight the value of a well-designed innovative piece of print was to produce a Christmas Card like no other.

“Our Christmas Cracker mailing combines clever engineering with technology to create a truly exciting and memorable piece. One that’s designed to create a wow factor, that will be opened and shared amongst our prospects. Importantly it will remind them of what can be done by being creative and bringing sound and vision into print.”

Our Christmas Cracker mailing combines clever engineering with technology to create a truly exciting and memorable piece

Steve Wood, managing director of 1st Impression, adds: “With our unique expertise we are committed to delivering innovative and ground-breaking work that generates strong stand-out and engagement for our clients, by combining traditional values of print craftsmanship with innovative new technology.

“No project is too small or large. We are always up for a challenge and happy to discuss ideas at the brief stage.”

Imagine next year, accompanying your print card with a personalised video message to wish your loved ones a Merry Christmas—print is certainly alive and evolving.

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