Spooning Advantage

The ‘Tear off a Scoop’ is a clever Packaging Design for a detergent that integrates a scoop spoon. Simply tear along the dotted line to fashion a spoon, which scoops out sufficient suds for a regular wash. Perhaps Tide would like to take notice! What do you think?

Designers: Yang Guo, Qiaoge Yang & Wenju Wu


  • phil says:

    now who would turn this down? awesome.

  • Tracy says:

    I hate going hunting for a scoop. this is just genius. thank you.

  • Jane says:

    I always loose the spoon I keep for my detergents….this is so nice and awesome!

  • kate says:

    this is very useful. time saving too as you dont have to go looking for a scoop.

  • fiona says:

    A practical idea. I hope detergent companies start considering this.

  • Winnie says:

    kudos to the designer for thinking up such a simple solution! thanks!

  • Greta says:

    this is definitely an advantage. I agree with the title…”spooning advantage”

  • Joey says:

    All packets….even sugar and processed foods that need spoons for serving should come with such spoons!

  • Amanda says:

    I love this design idea. Nice concept.

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  • John says:

    A few questions:

    Where do you put the scoop after it has been removed?

    Does the scoop have dose marks on it or is it left to the consumer to decide how much to dose?

    As the scoop is paper, and it gets crushed, will it still work?

    How do you close the top after opening such that the bag doesn’t spill?

  • Paul Sandip says:

    how many times can u use this?

  • Looks good, but I’m also not sure how you would close the bag afterwards. Also I’m not sure everyone would understand right away this is meant as a spoon.

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