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  • A present in the post from Wehkamp
  • A present in the post from Wehkamp
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A present in the post from Wehkamp

Dutch online department store wehkamp.nl has created packaging that makes it feel like you're getting a gift through the post. Brightly coloured ribbons and friendly written copy make the parcels feel like they're from a friend rather than a brand.

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