Polymer Clay How do you package your polymer clay figurines?

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Original Post

I'm making some kitty figurines, like this one



and I wanted to find out how you guys like to package similar items. So please share :)

Thanks,

Elise

Posted at 5:59 pm Jun 17, 2012 EDT

Responses

Hi Elise, I love your little kitties :)

When I'm packaging I like to use packing peanuts. I've tried alot of different ways and for me these seem to keep everything from moving. I also double box, meaning I put my items inside of a gift box inside of a shipping box.

Hope that helps. I'm sure there are lot's of other ways that work great also, this is just works best for me :)

~Sandy

Posted at 6:15 pm Jun 17, 2012 EDT

Alia from Outpost8 says

Most of my clay items are small, so I package them in tissue paper, tied with a ribbon, and roll some thick bubble wrap around them and send them in a bubble mailer. If they are a bit bigger or include a glass bottle or other really fragile item, I put them in a sturdy gift box in a bubble mailer.

Posted at 6:20 pm Jun 17, 2012 EDT

Thank you for the tips!

Posted at 9:29 pm Jun 17, 2012 EDT

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