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« Reply #10 on: January 07, 2004 07:49:58 AM »

Soap pictures are at last up!

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« Reply #11 on: January 21, 2004 02:52:50 PM »

I've been reading all of this interesting info on shipping and it occured to me: how do people pack their stuff to send it?  Bubble wrap? Popcorn? I want to send out scarves, but I'm not sure if I should put any packing in the box with it or not.
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« Reply #12 on: January 22, 2004 06:36:55 PM »

you are hilarious, I almost peed my pants when I saw those soaps....best of luck to you
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« Reply #13 on: January 23, 2004 11:22:21 PM »

I've been reading all of this interesting info on shipping and it occured to me: how do people pack their stuff to send it?  Bubble wrap? Popcorn? I want to send out scarves, but I'm not sure if I should put any packing in the box with it or not.

when you're shipping items that aren't fragile, i'd just put the item in a clean plastic bag, or if you want to make it more gifty looking, wrap it in colorful tissue paper and tie it with raffia or pretty string (the hazard with colored tissue paper is if it happens to get wet, it will make a mess!). i generally just use recycled plastic grocery bags, or if i want to get "fancy" i have a roll of new clear plastic bags. if you need to fill up empty space in a box with non-fragile items, maybe crunch up some tissue paper (or paper towels or newspaper if that's all you have, however with newspaper you need to remember that the ink can also rub off ... and it doesn't even need to get wet to do that sometimes!).

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