Several readers ask me every week how to package decals they made on their Silhouette Cameo or Cricut for shipping to customers. Today, I’ll show you how I package them.
Two Ways to Package Decals for Shipping
Method 1 – Put the decal in an envelope and put a stamp on it.
- Pros – This is cheap and you can offer free shipping.
- Cons – You can’t have tracking on the package. In the event that the package is lost or damaged, you will need to replace the decal at your expense.
- Pros – This is a more professional presentation to your customer.
- Cons – This method is slightly more expensive.
Things to Remember When Shipping Decals
- Be sure to put instructions in your package. If you’d like my free unbranded car decal application instructions, visit this post. Free unbranded wall decal application instructions are in this post.
- Larger decals should be shipped in a mailing tube.
- Always include a business card.
- Transfer tape or paper should already be applied.
- Layered decals should be assembled before shipping.
- Including an applicator is a good idea. You can find information on those in this post.
- You could make a “Do Not Bend” stamp with your Silhouette Mint to stamp on the outside of the package.
How do you package your decals for shipping? Let me know in the comments. Don’t forget to pin this post on Pinterest:
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