All the Pretty Packaging


I finally got my new packaging in last week and wanted to show off how my items ship out. Here are a few pictures of items packed and labeled and ready to ship.
Everything is going out wrapped and packaged suitable for gifting.
A handwritten thank-you note goes in every box along with soap samples. If anyone wants the items they purchase to be shipped directly to their recipient (to save them having to turn around and ship it again), I can include a note to the recipient letting them know it is a gift and who it is from.

Baked goods are triple wrapped for freshness, and soaps are also multiply wrapped to prevent fragrance from mixing with anything else in the box.
I’ve been working really hard on getting my store page stocked. I have over 50 items in the store now, and am still preparing more. You can see everything I’ve got up in the store now here: Chickens in the Road Etsy Shop

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on November 2, 2016  

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  1. 11-15

    Your Etsy page is very impressive! And I just watched the tv interview, very nice. Love the pictures of the animals. We are so happy for you and proud of what you’ve accomplished in the past few years.

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