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The Best Shipping Supplies for a Small Business

When I'm deciding on packaging for my orders there are 4 things I look for: eco-friendly, affordable, cute & easy to get. I want my customers to feel like they're opening a special gift when they get their order but I don't want that to impact my price, processing times, or my environmental footprint. I rarely find supplies that are all 4 of those qualifications, so you'll see each supply is a mix. Here's a comprehensive list of all of the supplies I use when packing up and shipping out my orders! Any of the supplies I use from Amazon will be linked through my storefront, therefore any purchases through these links give me a small commission.


Tape

Scotch Tape:

*affordable and easy to get


Box Tape:

*affordable and easy to get


Water Activated Branded Tape:

*cute & eco-friendly

(they run sales on this tape about once a month where you can get it at a super affordable price)


Paper Products

Cardstock Paper:

*affordable and easy to get


Kraft Envelopes:

*cute, affordable and easy to get


Custom Wrapping Paper:

*cute and eco-friendly


Business Cards:

*cute and easy to customize/get


Boxes and Mailers

Boxes (10x8x3, 20x12x4, 15x15x4, 20x20x4):

*affordable and easy to get


Bubble Mailers (8.5x12):

*cute, affordable and easy to get


Reusable Bubble Mailers (8.5x10.75):

*affordable and eco-friendly


Miscellaneous

Stamps:

(back of signs)

*cute, affordable, eco-friendly (compared to stickers)


(outside of box)

*cute, affordable, eco-friendly (compared to stickers)


Label Printer:

*easy to get


4x6 Labels:

*affordable and easy to get


Twine:

*cute, affordable, easy to get


Greenery:

*cute, affordable, easy to get

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