There is a website called postpack that deal with all these sorts of things, you may want to check them out.Does anyone know a company that does postage bags in the UK? I have been posting t-shirts in standard Post Office bags and it doesn't look very professional.....probably because it isn't. Also, where can I find decent poly bags that are just clear and simple. I need them to wrap my items straight after I have printed them.
Many thanks and long live Yellowdog!
1000 vented clear polybag suffocation warning 10 x 14 " - eBay (item 380257101570 end time Sep-04-10 23:11:08 PDT)Just as InfraRed said, there are people who sell all types of packaging on Ebay.
You will defo find what you need on there.
You could, but it's not likely to be worth the cost.should you have artwork (company name/logo) on the polybag or no?
If you mean sticking a sticker on the side of the bag instead of printing on the bag, then personally I think yes.Would a sticker be tacky?
Do the bags on the link still have the flap? I was looking at them and it looks like they don't have a flap, at least from that picture.