If you’re shopping for a new laptop, tablet, smartphone, or smart TV, you’ll need to get it into a packing box.
If you can’t find one of those, there are lots of packing boxes out there for those needs.
But how do you get your new stuff into a shipping container?
That’s where the glassware comes in.
They’re actually containers of glass that you fill with your new goodies.
Glassware packing box at a Walgreens store in Denver.
(Photo: Daniel Schenk, AP)Here’s how to make one yourself.
First, take a couple of large plastic bags and wrap them around the edges of a long-handled knife or mallet.
Then place the lid on top of each bag and secure it with tape or plastic wrap.
(I used a metal mesh bag to secure it.)
The container will then become a packing bag.
And there are a lot of packing bags out there.
There are plenty of options out there, including the traditional plastic ones that most people use.
But if you’re not sure which one is best for you, you can look at the Amazon packing lists that come with most items in your local grocery store.
The packing lists are a great source for the best choices.
Then, open the bag and pull out the packing paper.
You can either leave it out in the sun, or place it in a cardboard box to make a box that’s also reusable.
The best way to pack your boxes is to have the top and bottom side open so you can fold and unfold them.
This allows the contents to be easily carried inside the box without being exposed to the elements.
The easiest way to open the top side of the packing bag is to put a towel underneath it.
Then, take the plastic bag out of the bag, put it in the box, and fold it up.
The plastic bag can then be folded up again and stored inside the shipping container.
To open the bottom side of a packing paper box, simply fold it down and secure the top with packing tape or some other plastic wrap, then put the top back on top.
The next time you open the box and take out a laptop or tablet, you will notice the lid is open.
That’s because the plastic bags are packed with your goodies inside the container.