Safely Shipping Fragile Products to Clients

One thing that initially concerned me about gifting the glass photo box to clients was the potential difficulty with shipping fragile items.

But have no fear, pink bubble wrap is here.

 

I'm a big believer in the packaging being not only efficient and practical, but good-looking as well! It reflects your brand. Take the time to present your gifts and products in a thoughtfully aesthetic way and your client will notice.

Where you can purchase the products seen in this video:

  1. 8 x 8 x 3 inch shipping box - Uline 
  2. bubble wrap - Aviditi on Amazon (if you're not fond of bubble wrap, this kraft corrugated wrap is another option)
  3. kraft paper - Target or office supply store 
  4. logo stickers - Moo

I've heard some strange debate online about whether or not postal carriers give special care and attention to boxes marked fragile (I think they do). If you'd like to mark your box as fragile, I really enjoy this stamp from Etsy

As long as you use bubble wrap and additional padding on all sides of the box to fill void space, you'll be good to go!

Music in video: "Electric Love" by Borns 

 NEVER MISS A THING 


  • LA ROUSSE says...

    Hi Alicia! Same size box for 5×5′s. I use this 8×8×3 shipping box for all the shipping boxes we offer actually. Just make sure you use plenty of bubble wrap and some kind of filler (like kraft paper) on all sides.

    On Nov 09, 2015

  • Alicia White says...

    What about for 5×5 boxes? what size would you suggest

    On Oct 23, 2015

  • PHOTO BOMB says...

    Hi Bekah! Thanks for the comment! Yes, I also use this shipping box size for 4×6 and 5×7′s.

    On Jun 10, 2015

  • Bekah says...

    Such a cute video! Would you use the same size shipping box for a 4 × 6 photo box?

    On Jun 10, 2015

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