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    Can Someone Tell Me How to Ship 8x10 for Autographs?

    As of now for TTM, I use stuff that can ship in a plain white envelope. I then just fold another envelope as the return one and put in the one mailed. I want to start getting into 8x10s but I have no idea how I would add a SASE for it. Can anyone please let me know how they do it and where they get the supplies for them? Thank you
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    here is what I do, I get the next size up from 8.5 in x 11 in ( I can't think of the size) or I use 10.5in x 15in envelopes to send the request and an 8.5 x 11 for the SASE. I trim a portfolio folder to fit in the 8.5 x 11 and I paperclip the folder with the photo to a piece of cardboard.

    I have also just used 2 8.5in x 11in envelopes and just fold the SASE in half.

    either way there really isn't much of a price difference and either way works.

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    I'd use a 9 1/2" x 13 1/2" bubble mailer with 2 pieces of plain old cardboards (1 per side). May cost a little much just to request a TTM auto though but if shipping a 8x10 you sold or traded for sure use this route.
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    Use a photo mailer as your return and put it in an envelope to send it.

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    ^^^ That's how I've always done it, for 11x14 as well. Have only had a couple come back with some minor creasing from being crushed by something while laying flat. almost like an indentation.
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