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#334017 - 07/24/20 01:42 PM ornament packaging
DeniseC Offline
Elf VP

Registered: 02/16/08
Posts: 1086
Loc: Sequim, Washington
I miss the old days when the ornaments were wrapped in bubble wrap. I replace the paper wrap with bubble bags. I can find bubble bags for the regular-sized ornaments, but have a hard time finding the small bubble wrap bags - 3 inch sized. Has anyone had any luck finding the smaller bags?

DeniseC

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#334022 - 07/24/20 04:11 PM Re: ornament packaging [Re: DeniseC]
JerseyVike Online   content
Santa's Helper

Registered: 02/14/01
Posts: 8450
Loc: Jersey Shore
I like the plastic molds the best, but would be happy with bubble wrap. The tissue paper is hard to deal with. I usually remove some of it.
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#334025 - 07/24/20 04:17 PM Re: ornament packaging [Re: DeniseC]
pxsrdh Offline
Santa's Helper

Registered: 03/08/05
Posts: 3332
Loc: U.S.A.
Here’s a company that sells them by the thousand.


https://www.uline.com/Product/Detail/S-1...mp;gclsrc=aw.ds
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#334027 - 07/24/20 04:44 PM Re: ornament packaging [Re: pxsrdh]
Nancy C. in Shawnee, KS Offline
Santa's Helper

Registered: 05/15/99
Posts: 8474
Loc: Shawnee, KS USA
Originally Posted By: pxsrdh
Here’s a company that sells them by the thousand.

https://www.uline.com/Product/Detail/S-1...mp;gclsrc=aw.ds


In the past some people didn't want 1000 of these, but managed to find others through this board who were interested in buying 100-200 of these and splitting up the cost. If anyone's willing to do that, please post here!

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#334040 - 07/25/20 10:12 AM Re: ornament packaging [Re: DeniseC]
debbieg Online   content
Santa's Helper

Registered: 05/11/99
Posts: 4328
Loc: Arlington,TX
Originally Posted By: DeniseC
. . . I can find bubble bags for the regular-sized ornaments, but have a hard time finding the small bubble wrap bags - 3 inch sized. Has anyone had any luck finding the smaller bags?
DeniseC


Denise, I always save bubble bags from things I order, even the little ones. then I don't have to buy any.

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#334043 - 07/25/20 11:26 AM Re: ornament packaging [Re: JerseyVike]
VinceL Online   content
Elf Engineer - Toy Design

Registered: 06/19/16
Posts: 161
Loc: North Carolina
Originally Posted By: JerseyVike
I like the plastic molds the best, but would be happy with bubble wrap. The tissue paper is hard to deal with. I usually remove some of it.


Totally agree! smile

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#334044 - 07/25/20 12:21 PM Re: ornament packaging [Re: DeniseC]
Betty Peach Online   content
Elf Engineer - Toy Design

Registered: 06/12/11
Posts: 402
Loc: Longmont, CO
I like the more ecological choice of tissue paper. It's removable to fit the box if there is too much, easily replaceable when it gets torn, and it's compostable.

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