Earth Day 2020

April 22, 2020

List of 10 ways to Reuse your Bubble Mailer

 

Howdy Jewelry Fan!! It’s Earth Day! You may remember, that here at OSJ, we have three core values: Be Satisfied, Be Authentic, and (important for today!!) Be Conscious. I’ve done a few posts about this ethos and I don’t want to bore you to tears today, I mean A LOT of companies are talking about this today. Know that I’m researching carbon neutral options for your purchases and my business and still hauling my recyclables back to the studio if an event doesn’t have recycling (although there are NO events right now, I don’t disagree). So, I thought I’d take a minute and make some concrete recommendations surrounding 10 Ways to Reuse the Bubble Mailer your Jewelry (most likely) Arrives In. 

Drumroll Please………

10 Ways to Reuse Your Bubble Mailer 

  1. Use it to protect your Kindle or Tablet
  2. Store Camera SD Cards in it
  3. Use it to pack Razors for trips (when we get to taking those again)
  4. Bring it with you to the Beach to hold Beach Rocks and Treasures
  5. Tape it up and Reuse it to Mail something
  6. Use it as a Drink Cozy
  7. Put Monthly Receipts in it for your Taxes
  8. Store the Tiny Screwdriver and Screws for Repairing your Eyeglasses in it
  9. Bubble Mailer as the New Coffee Can—Store your $100 Bills (write “Tampons” on it so no one gets too curious)
  10. It’s a great place to stash your Weed

 (Please know that I don't necessarily advocate for all of these related activities. They're just ideas!) 




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