Tic Tac–I feel like I’ve known and loved this brand since forever. Before I even learned what mints were, I was already shaking Tic Tac at home, thinking it was some toy. I’m sure you’re all familiar with that signature Tic Tac rattle I’m talking about, not to mention that flip top flap sound it makes when you open its container to give way to those small, oval pellets. YUMMMM!
Needless to say, I’m a Tic Tac fan–always have been and always will be. So when the opportunity to work with Tic Tac came, I quickly jumped on my tippy toes and said yes. The project is all about unleashing one’s creativity. This is something I truly champion. You see I belong to an industry that’s inclined to the arts so I’m blessed to be able to show my creativity through my work. But for those of you who aren’t, this doesn’t mean you can’t get creative. There are plenty of ways to express yourselves and show the world just how creative you are. And this is what Tic Tac’s new Design Your Pack campaign is all about.
Tic Tac invites all of you to unleash your creativity to the world with your own version of the Tic Tac pack. Be a Tic Tac pack designer just like me and start designing your own for a chance to win a trip for 2 to Melbourne, Australia, an iPad Mini or a Diana F+ Camera. Awesome prizes, right? Aside from these, Tic Tac will also choose weekly winners who’ll receive GCs and get their work featured on Tic Tac’s Facebook page.
Designing your own Tic Tac pack is easy. Trust me! I’m no graphic designer and even I was able to do it. Take your ideas into the visual smorgasbord that is your entry by using the Tic Tac design app as your canvas where you can play around with different preset elements, or by downloading the template and going freestyle. I did the latter and the design above is what I came up with.
Curious as to I designed my Tic Tac pack this way? Watch my video below! Hopefully, you’ll get a little inspired by my design and my story as a designer and blogger as well.
The Tic Tac Design Your Pack contest runs until March 16, 2015. (Submission period is only until March 1 and voting period is from March 3-16, 2015.) Good luck guys! Happy designing!