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Unread 10-29-2012, 08:44 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by JBgreendawn View Post
Brenda. what if you put thin cardboard aka chipboard ( think empty cereal, cracker, tissue box thin cardboard) on the inside of an padded envelope?

My box I have been filling is so full I have to look for something flat to make, Im thinking maybe a teabag holder type thing some how. ( plus it may not smoosh in the mail)
I think I'm going to go to the gym and work out (kick out the frustration), then get groceries. I'll purchase a tin of mints, or something like that, glam it up, and hope it survives the shipping. I've searched everywhere for something that would protect the project. The best I can find is a stampin' up plastic container. I've already sent three envelopes of cards. Not a box. Live and learn-- I'll know better next year.
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