Bubble Wrap was invented in 1957 to help keep products safe during shipping and moving. They are made by blowing air into bubbles which cushion fragile items. Bubble Wrap comes in many shapes and sizes and even colors now! The Bubble Wrap brand is trademarked but yet a general term for the product.
Bubble Pop has recently joined the packaging industry; bringing together wrapping paper and bubble wrap. Currently available in 5 colors and shapes also seasonal designs. I received 4 of them for review; polka dots, chevron, triangles and marble. What separates Bubble Pop from the rest is that every 12″ it’s perforated for easy tear. Whether you are using your Bubble Pop for shipping they are the perfect size.
Ideas to Use Bubble Pop
Wrapping Fragile and Delicates While Moving- Heck or even when your shopping. Most stores only wrap things that your buying in several layers of paper or even in a few paper bags. I’d feel safer if my glasswear was better protected.
Crafts: Use the bubble as the paint brushes to put an awesome and unique design on your artwork.
STRAIGHT UP POPPING THEM!!! Its been proven that popping the bubbles are relaxing and will relieve stress. If you have a college student- send him/her a roll around term week and let the popping begin.
I even saw that re-using it on your windows during the winter to save on your heating bills and keep the cold out.
Lastly, did you know that popping bubble wrap can actually strengthen a kids motor skills?
About (taken from Facebook page): Bubble Pop is a fun and exciting take on traditional wrapping paper combined with bubble wrap. Five different design categories with multiple colorways and seasonal designs, Bubble Pop will change the way you wrap and ship!
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