So, With my first and (sort of) new attempt at selling my work I have pretty much wrapped everything up except for shipping. I have spent a few months getting frames ordered and ready, stamps designed and carved, framing, matting, taking product photos (finding someone to borrow a nice digital camera from was difficult and even then I used some sony point and shoot...a little nicer than basic model since it has a removable lens, but the photos aren't miraculous...I hope good enough to look professional on the web). All that is left is to actually sell something and then be ready to ship it safe and sound to a new and loving home. I want it to be effective, look professional, and minimize the amount that are ruined/damaged during transit. I suspect my volume of sales will be very low. Was looking at these options below: Boxes http://www.uline.com/BL_1304/Jumbo-Kraft-Easy-Fold-Mailers http://www.uline.com/BL_1402/Literature-Mailers-Kraft http://www.uline.com/BL_1406/Kraft-Tab-Locking-Literature-Mailers Bubble Wrap http://www.uline.com/BL_7750/Uline-Air?keywords=uline cushioning http://www.uline.com/BL_470/Uline-Economy-Air-Bubble?keywords=uline cushioning Already have cardboard corners. Now, what about non-framed pieces. Sold as matted? Put in a poly bag and then tape down to some cardboard and ship it flat in a thing box? Thanks for any advice, tips, suggestions, links, etc.