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When I have accessories for my dolls that I don't want to have crushed.  I use a bag that I fill with air. I guess you can always do the same with the doll itself. Maybe putting a bit of silk paper underneath the skirt, and then placing it in the bag.

Either way no matter how well you pack it if the carrier you are using decide to use your package for soccer practice... you're out of luck LOL!
Hugs,
Gisele

Shipping
Shipping dolls....I gently stuff the skirt with tissue paper (rolled up), wrap the doll in BIG hole bubble wrap, put in a smaller box. Then put that one into a bigger box with peanuts around it. Sometimes I put a film container over head so it protects but doesn't FLATTEN hair.
Dana

Shipping
When shipping a dolls with full skirt I put bubble wrap under skirt so it keeps full and then bubble wrap all around and then fill box with the Styrofoam peanuts to keep light and airy and only slightly moveable during shipping..  A friend in dolls
Ann K

Shipping
I ship many dolls that have full dresses. I fill their skirts with white tissue paper...be generous, then cover gently with a large enough clear plastic bag. Then I cushion her/him in soft packaging (Styrofoam popcorn), making sure it is well cushioned. The tissue paper allows the dress to stay full, and the cushion prevents it from being free to shift in shipping.
Laura

 

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