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Old 02-11-2010, 12:51
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Default Re: Packaging Bows for Shipping

Thank you for sharing this. Your packaging looks great! I have been fighting with myself on packaging and now I need to place an order with Vista Prints. I wish I would've seen your packaging a week ago before I ordered new business cards Oh well looks like I'll be paying for shipping again

Originally Posted by shelby2000 View Post
I've seen some ladies ask about how to ship their bows. Since one of my Etsy customers said my packaging was "impeccable" in their feedback, I thought I'd share pics of how I do it. It's not anything special, but it works for me.

I include a handwritten thank you note, a business card, and a magnetic calendar, along with two free clippies. I got the note pad, business cards and calendars free from Vista Print. The thank you sticker is just an address label that I also got for free on Vista Print. I uploaded my designs and took advantage of all their many free offers they email EVERYDAY.

The order in the picture was an order of four 5" stacked bows. I stuck some crinkled up tissue in the space on the right side of the box to keep the bows from sliding around. The bows are all on bow cards and they all fit perfectly in the box. The size of the box is 8 3/4" x 11 1/2" x 2 1/8" and is a self-locking mailing box by Duck. One day, I will order boxes in bulk from Uline. Hope this helps!
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