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Packing Smiles: How Shiny Bubble Mailers Make The Hobby More Enjoyable

Shipping Cards With My Favorite Refractor Bubble Mailers. Making sure my cards arrive safely and in style with these awesome refractor bubble mailers ✉️🔥 It’s all about having fun and connecting in this hobby, even if it means splurging a little on packaging 😎 #cardtok #sportscards

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The joy of shipping out cards every day is significantly enhanced by the use of refractor bubble mailers. Although they come with a higher price tag, the hobby has always been more about the pleasure and connections it fosters rather than financial gain. Accepting a minor loss on the cost of these premium mailers is a small price to pay for the happiness it brings. This perspective was inspired by Mark Hill, whose exceptionally well-packaged shipment left a lasting impression, motivating me to elevate my own packaging standards. My aim is that the recipients of my packages experience the same delight, and the thought of achieving this brings a smile to my face as I prepare the cards for their journey to new


I’m shipping out a couple cards a day and what makes the process even more enjoyable are these refractor bubble mailers They’re a bit more expensive, but this hobby has never really been about money for me It’s been about having fun and connecting and so I lose a few dollars here and there on bubble mailers. So be it Mark Hill from my card post Inspired me to step up my bubble mailer game after I got a package from him that was so beautifully wrapped And I hope that in some small way people who receive my packages feel the same way And that alone puts a smile on my face as I pack up these cards to send out to their new homes

Rory Hansen

Rory Hansen is a San Diego-based sports card collector and social media influencer. Considered an expert in the process of grading sports cards, he regularly advises other collectors on how to assess, prepare and submit cards for grading. Originally from Canada and now living in the US, Rory collects both hockey cards and baseball cards. His personal collection focuses on Shohei Ohtani, Ichiro Suzuki, Yu Darvish, Pavel Bure, Daniel and Henrik Sedin and Roberto Luongo.