The new development at Handmade  Hope includes the new affordable standardized sized paper bags made after the keen observation of the requirements of our dear customers. We aren’t close for customization; once in a while interesting project is still our passion. But making of bags with particular size is much feasible.

Talking about interesting project, recently we made the paper bags for one of the prestigious museum of our city and country, The Maharaja Fatehsingh Gaekwad museum which is also known for its display of the paintings by various European and Indian artists including Raja Ravi Varma, who was famous for his paintings related to Hindu mythology.  Also, the museum has collection of sculptures and work of art collected by Maharaja Sir Sayajirao Gaekwad.  To carry these paintings and souvenirs from the museum, the paper bags were made of the size of the art piece. They didn’t want their customers to carry the art work wrapped in news paper or plastic anymore.  Thus, it was an interesting challenge to make paper 23 x 30 inches long. We successfully made the big bag for them which was really liked and appreciated by all. It was all smiles at the end.

Big Museum Bag
Rushabh Gandhi, founder of Handmade Hope with the first bag of the lot. 

But as regular product, we have decided to go with the standardized size for the bags. It is easier for our employers to work on it and learn. So it’s our step towards our people to put down little difficulty off their shoulders.


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