| | Re: When I ship my bows they flatten out....how do you 'fluff them'?
I would never ever mail my bows in a polymailer or envelope!!! It is better to take pride in your work and put some tissue paper in a box and carefully place your bows in there. Cover with the tissue and place a business card creatively in there or seal the tissue with a thank you sticker. Always use boxes to send bows. The only time I see anyone using a polymailer is if the bows were flat itty bitty tuxedo style bows. The kind that do not need fluffing but for me all of my bows get sent in a box.