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Old 03-09-2011, 09:42
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Default Hand delivering bows

Not sure if this is the correct place to ask this question, but what is the best way to package bows for a local order to be dropped off? This will be my first paid order, and I want it to look nice. Thanks!
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If you want to make it look super nice, go to the bakery and buy a pink cake box and tie it with sheer ribbon.
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If you want to make it look super nice, go to the bakery and buy a pink cake box and tie it with sheer ribbon.
What an awesome idea! I'm horrible & just put it in a uline box.
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I buy the chinese take out gift boxes at Michaels when they are on sale and use those. Then I tie a large tulle bow on the metal handle that matches the box. I have stickers with my logo on them that I attach to the front. It looks really cute! Kind of like this. I think Uline sells them too!

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I cut a circle out of cardboard, lay it ontop of some tulle then stack by bows on top of that. Pull the ends of the tulle up and tie with some satin ribbon. Looks pretty
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Default Re: Hand delivering bows

i cut rectangular shapes from card stock paper using border scissors. make slits for the bows. than i wrap them with tissue paper and put them in brown paper bag sack, the small ones for sack lunches.

but im liking the idea of using chinese boxes. that would be super cute!!
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I buy brown bags with handles and use tissue. My bows are on bow cards that I order through Vista Print and my bags I get from Uline.http://www.uline.com/Grp_95/Retail-Bags-Paper

I use ribbon and punch a hole in my business card and then string some ribbon through it and tie it to one of the handles.
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I use the chinese boxes too
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I get gift bags when they are on sale or clearance. I have a BUNCH of plain white ones and I use a cute "Thank You" stamp on the front of the bag & put the bows inside. If there's room I lay tissue paper on top.
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We use the chinese boxes also and just dress them up with a logo sticker and a scrap piece of ribbon. We get the plain white ones at a local restaurant supply house in stacks of 100 for about 3 bucks. They come in all sizes and are really cute when they are all dressed up. For larger orders we use the pink pastry boxes, no matter what you put in them they always look cute.
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