Tuesday, December 1, 2009

It's T{Ippity} Tuesday!!

Can you believe it is December 1st already!!  My how time flies!! 

With the start of the new month, we are ready to put our new calendar for the Ippity schedule into motion.  We will have a graphic at the top of this blog (very soon) that you can refer to so you will know what to expect on each day of the week!  We will be having regular postings that will  inspire, educate and hopefully entertain you as well. :-)

Until the graphic is available, here is what you can expect on each day of the week:

Monday: Hippity Hop:  (Sign up for our Blog hop and participate in a Challenge if you choose)
Tuesday: Tippity Tuesdays (Helpful hints for {Ippity} Chicks and fans)
Wednesday: Ippity Matters (Info straight from the {Ippity} Management team)
Thursday:  That's How You Do It!  (Tutorials)
Friday: Fresh Idea Fridays ({Ippity} DT project share)
Saturday:  Flatter-Day Saturday (Showcasing someone special)
Sunday: Our Faves (Showcasing our favorite cards from the previous week found in the SCS Gallery)

Doesn't this sound like fun???

We are very excited about our schedule and think it will provide you with stuff you want to see from Ippity!!

So today is Tuesday which means we have a tip for you!

Have you guys been selling and shipping your stamps to customers yet?  Well this tip is designed to help you out with a little information about Shipping!

Here is a picture of the Flat Rate envelopes that you can use to ship up to five sets of stamps...

There are other options for Flat Rate mailings to fit the needs you have.  But it is important to know what your options are and what the costs will be so you can charge your customer the right amount for shipping. If you undercharge for your shipping, you will be losing some of your profit!

Here is a graphic that may help you determine the size of the package you need and the cost involved in shipping it...

For more information on Flat Rate shipping or for ordering your FREE supplies, please visit the USPS for more information at www.usps.com

({Ippity} is in no way affiliated with the USPS and only suggest this as an option for mailing packages.  It is our recommendation that you research all options to determine which shipping method is best suited to meet your needs.)

We would love to hear your tips about shipping if you have any. Please leave a comment and let us know what you have learned about shipping {Ippity} stamps!

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