This is not a news article, but we’d like to highlight a very interesting piece of news that has recently popped up in the community.
A cardboard box delivery service has been launched on Kickstarter, and the service is currently at $20,000, with only two days left to go.
The service uses cardboard boxes and cardboard cutouts to ship out packages to Kickstarter backers.
There are a few perks to the service, including a shipping address, a QR code for backers to scan, and a custom label.
The boxes themselves are designed to be very sturdy and sturdy boxes, and can hold up to 200 grams of weight.
Kickstarter backers who pledged at least $40 will receive a free shipping label as a thank you.
Kickstarter has a good selection of cardboard boxes, including many that are available for sale in other markets, such as the US.
The cardboard cutout boxes will be available for purchase on Amazon starting tomorrow, but shipping will be free for those who choose to purchase.
The Kickstarter campaign for the cardboard boxes has attracted quite a bit of interest, with more than 10,000 backers pledging more than $100,000.
There’s no word yet on when the service will be ready to ship the boxes to Kickstarter customers.
This service could be a nice way to get your orders to Kickstarter and to send out orders to people who are not able to use Kickstarter.
If this sounds like something you would like to see, you can pre-order a box at the box-buying site BoxBubble.
The company’s website lists shipping rates and delivery times, and backers can also purchase boxes through the company’s site for $35.