Sunday, April 30, 2006


Turning this...

....Into this....

is a big headache challenge.

But the first impression the customer will have of my work is from the packing~ so it's important to do a great job. Also, fine packing reduces the chance of breakage.

The long thin box is the copper support. It is packed in a handmade birch plywood box~ really nice. The smallest box is the beach stone support, and weighs 50 lbs. Total estimated postage? Over $100.


  1. I'm impressed with your packing job. I hope the recipient has fun reassembling it! :)

  2. Hi Zandperi~ thank you! And do you know, I do worry about the customer unpacking. It's not hard putting things like this together, but in their excitement, they could break something~ at least that's what I imagine. Tim

  3. I can imagine that your customers (and the postal office as well) are impressed with your packing.
    And I'm so happy that I only have to ship framed drawings and paintings...LOL