I use boxes to ship bows. I ordered different sizes and use the one that fits the order best--so I don't need to use a lot of padding tissue.
For small clips, I use cotton filled jewery boxes (again, a lot of sizes available) and then put the box in an envelop , most of the time the shipping weight is only 2oz.
Here is an example of the jewelry box:
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If you are selling your hairbows at craft shows, the website, ribbonandbowsohmy.com sells plastic sheets that the bows can attach to. They have a whole in the top so you can hang them on a hook for display. Hope this helps.
Re: What do you use to package your bows ?
I use small boxes to ship bows & you can make your own bow cards for shows out of card stock. Cut it in 4ths, cut 2 slits to attach your bow, add your logo to the bottom
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