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Old 03-21-2012, 08:55 AM   #1  
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Default Suggestions on mailing a card?

I want to send someone a card I made who just was diagnosed with cancer. The card I really want to send her has 3 flowers on it, I don't want them to get crushed, so I don't think a padded envelope would work. Suggestions? Would I be best of using a flat rate box? This is a first for me. Here's a link to the card if it helps to generate some ideas:

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Here is a link to Kittie's tutorial. She makes gorgeous, floral embellished cards. I think this is a brilliant way of packaging and mailing so your flowers don't get squished!

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Emily, this is one of those, now why didn't I think of doing that? Thank you, this is perfect!
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Here is a link to Kittie's tutorial. She makes gorgeous, floral embellished cards. I think this is a brilliant way of packaging and mailing so your flowers don't get squished!

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I saw that too. What a great way to keep those beautiful flowers from getting flattened in the mail!
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Emily, this is one of those, now why didn't I think of doing that? Thank you, this is perfect!
I know!!! That Kittie is one brilliant, and talented lady.
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