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hi everyone this has im sure been asked a million times, im in the process of opening my etsy store and im in the process of figuring out shipping , vendors , supplies , anyone have any advise on how i will be doing his or any online vendors to purchase shipping supplies , what i have figured out so far is that each flower has to be be bubble wrapped individually , also it works best if all flowers are with in one box and placed inside another box wih xtra bubble wrap. ill be selling roses and peonies . thanks again for ur help !!
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post #2 of 5
I tried researching what you have asked. I only came across this on Yahoo:
First spray the flowers with any regular class 2 hydration serum.
Bubble wrap them, leaving an air pocket for ventilation. Then pack them in a corrugated molters cardboard box. Take care not to damage the flowers whilst inserting them.
They should be fine for shipping times under 1 week
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omg i did to this sucks! lol
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post #4 of 5
All the flowers I've purchased have been individually wrapped with thin sheets of foam. Then they were put in boxes and the boxes wrapped in bubble wrap.HTH
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Just don't write "fragile" on the outside, or they become targets. The only things I've ever had break in transit had "fragile" all over the box. The ones I don't write on get there fine.
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