First, I’d like to say thanks to the many, many people who’ve purchased prints from my camera fundraiser. I’m so grateful for your support and I appreciate your consideration.
Secondly, I’d like to say thank you to Emily. She finished the first batch of prints and I must say they look amazing. Additionally, she did it at a total cost of $0. The more I can save on printing and shipping, the more I actually collect… so that’s a very good thing.
Jess and I will be mailing out all of these prints (from the orders taken last week) tomorrow. So, if you ordered something, be sure to check your mailboxes next week. And I’ll give a new order of stuff to print to Emily on Monday. So, for those of you who’ve purchased something this week, your order will be placed on Monday. Additionally, for those of you still thinking about ordering, if you order before Saturday night, you’ll make the Monday order as well.
We’re still trying to decide exactly how to ship them. I originally purchased 8.5×11 bubble envelopes, figuring that should keep them pretty safe. But Emily told me that her photo lab uses something akin to a USPS Priority mail envelope. Joel suggested I use a combination of a paper envelope, corregated cardboard and tissue paper. I don’t know what to do. Does anyone know the best way to mail a photograph?