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Old 09-18-2010, 06:57 PM   #11
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Re: What the craziest packaging you have fluff come in?

I got some diapers in a pampers bag turned inside out. At least the pampers bag got recycles, LOL.

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Old 09-18-2010, 07:03 PM   #12
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not something I've recieved BUT I have sent packages out in a very well taped gift bag before. lol. I thought it was pretty and wanted to share it
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Old 09-18-2010, 07:14 PM   #13
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Man I've sent diapers in some gnarly stuff before. LOL> I might have been the oatmeal box! LOL. Sounds like me. Usually wipes boxes (shh! I like sposie wipes) and diaper boxes (and sometimes buy diapers).. But I try to seal them really really well and make sure they can take a beating.
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Old 09-18-2010, 08:31 PM   #14
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Re: What the craziest packaging you have fluff come in?

This thread is funny! I've never received any funky packaging...yet. I'm still shocked that a WAHM would send out a diaper in a paper sack!
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I totally confess to shipping a ton of gdiaper stuff in an inside out Huggies box 2 years ago.

As for what I've received, I got something in an inside out mac n cheese box once. Being gluten intolerant, I had to remind myself that there was no way gluten was making it through the postal system, through my hands, and into my gut. Paranoid, anyone?
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I ordered a few things from Target for my son's birthday and they sent the items in printed polymailers. I think I've reused one of them, but still have the other one. I wonder what a mama thinks when she gets WAHM goods in a Target mailer
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A ziplock bag encased in masking tape.
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I reuse cereal boxes sometimes. It's green and thrifty and smart reusing, and of course completely fits in with the principles of cloth diapers/reusable cloth items! I love it when I get stuff in recycled packaging like reused cardboard boxes, reused postal mailing boxes and inside out polymailers!!
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Some of these are pretty funny, I've never gotten anything but reused packing material but I like that, no need to waste packing materials . But I could never be the wahm sending something out in a paper bag, I would be terrified it would never make it. I want to get a dipe in funny packing...
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Re: What the craziest packaging you have fluff come in?

I had packaged 26 dipers and two covers in a a few grocery bags, in one and wrapped up, in another and wrapped up and wrapped up one more time. It was a huge package and I didn't have a box or polymailer big enough... LOL!
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