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Old 03-14-2011, 03:25
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Default Re: Hand delivering bows

I love all of these ideas. I do have a tip, you dont want to do anything too fancy or too hard to get into. Most of my customers want to rip that bag open as soon as they get it to see how their bow looks. If there is alot of untying, unwrapping, etc. they seem to get frustrated. For smaller orders I like the clear cellophane bags tied off with a cute ribbon. When I get the bow into the bag I loosely tie it off with my hands and then blow in the bag to fill it up with air then tie off with a rubber band and ribbon. I found some cute ribbon at Michaels on clearance that said "Thank You, Thank You, Thank You" down it. For larger orders I just buy brown paper bags with handles (Dollar General) and put my address label sticker on the front and tie the Thank You ribbon on one of the handles. I put all of my bows on bow cards as well. When I first started out I just printed them at home, but VistaPrint is so much easier and saves so much time. Lol. Good luck!
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