How Sweet It Is!

March 25th, 2009

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I’ve had this beautiful image of a Swiss sugar packet series for some time but could never remember where I found it. After a little poking around I finally found the Flickr page that I originally pulled it from. What a treat to come across it again! I’d forgotten that there were so many other lovely sugar packets from around the world here and I just had to share. Below are just a few of my favorites. So many more to see in this set by Sugar Packet Chad!

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From Top: Portugese Series, Animal Series by Federico Tranfero, Czech Series “Bobbin Lace”
Two more sets after the break!sugarset_2
From Top: Czech Republic Series, Italian Series “The Strange Story of Signor O”

11 Responses to “How Sweet It Is!”

  1. AmberLee Says:

    I love that feeling when you finally come across something you’ve been looking for. These are beautiful. I can totally see myself becoming a fan of sugar packet art.

  2. mint Says:

    LOVE this! I had no idea there were such beautiful sugar packets!

  3. Dionne C Says:

    These are great! I love them. So cute!

  4. LeLo Says:

    Do you know http://zuckerzucker.ch from switzerland?

  5. Dee Wilcox Says:

    These are adorable! I love that someone cared enough to put serious art and detail into sugar packets. They’re a lost art and always delightful to come across.

  6. Kathleen Says:

    Hi LeLo! I had no idea about that site! What a fantastic link, thank you!!!! The triangular clear plastic ones are great!

  7. Anonymously Chic Says:

    i had no idea sugar packets could be this interesting. i’ve never seen anything like it!

  8. Jen Jafarzadeh Says:

    These are fantastic! Why are we stuck with Splenda and Domino sugar packets?! Great find.

  9. jean Says:

    OH MAN! that’s awesome. seeing such great collections of one thing makes me want to collect everything! I’ve seen great collection of the smallest things… wrapped sugar cubes, hotel door signs, matches, napkins, paper cups, security envelopes, candy wrappers,….the list goes on. Just wish I can decide what to collect. cuz i want it all!

  10. ashley Says:

    i could see having a pile of these and being desperate for sugar but not opening one. i actually saved the salt and pepper packets from a lufthansa flight that had really interesting designs.

    i just found your blog by the way, it’s pretty awesome!

  11. lauren Says:

    these are totally fantastic. I do hope one day I’m at a coffeehouse and I have the pleasure of a well-designed sugar packet. no more splenda!