Packaging Woodworking Projects To Ship #Shorts

This is my first #shorts video showing how I package woodworking projects for shipping. It is important to package wood products securely before shipping. They are fragile and will not be handled with much care during transport. I first wrap them with tissue paper to prevent any scuffing. Then I add a layer of bubble wrap. I only ship small woodworking items. I do not ship large woodworking projects due to the costs. If you are wanting to ship handmade items, check out my Etsy video where I talk in detail about the shipping.

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