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Old 05-18-2010, 03:58
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What do you use to package your items when someone orders off of your website? I don't like the "grocery" bags and the cellophane bags w/the sticky tape are so expensive. What to do???

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I use the ziploc looking bags, you can get them at HL or at the Container Store.
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I use the ziploc looking bags, you can get them at HL or at the Container Store.
I do the same. Ziploc bags and depending on the item, I'll add tissue paper. I always have a "Thank you" card on top as well.
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Here is what I use:

http://www.brpboxshop.com/pink_cake_boxes.html

They are a bit pricey but look so cute and they make great gift boxes too!!
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I gift wrap everything! I've found various packaging suppliers who are not too expensive and I work the cost into the price of my bows.
My customers always comment on my packaging which I thinks helps them to come back to me again.


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I then ship in a cardboard box.
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Here is what I use:

http://www.brpboxshop.com/pink_cake_boxes.html

They are a bit pricey but look so cute and they make great gift boxes too!!

I have these but in white lol
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I have struggled with this too, but I generally wrap in tissue paper.
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Here is what I use:

http://www.brpboxshop.com/pink_cake_boxes.html

They are a bit pricey but look so cute and they make great gift boxes too!!

Those are SO cute!! I love this idea! I may have to figure out a way to get them!!
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Those are SO cute!! I love this idea! I may have to figure out a way to get them!!

I have about 20 I can destash. If your interested PM me!!
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Love your packaging! Very nice. It would make me come back too. Can you pm me a couple of places to check out?


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I gift wrap everything! I've found various packaging suppliers who are not too expensive and I work the cost into the price of my bows.
My customers always comment on my packaging which I thinks helps them to come back to me again.


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I then ship in a cardboard box.
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