Greeting Card Paper
Posted 25 August 2008 - 05:58 PM
Preferably, it would be glossy on one side and matte on the other, for easy writing, but I need to be able to print on both sides without bleeding, is this possible?
Can anyone recommend a suitable photo paper?
Posted 05 November 2008 - 09:40 PM
My name is Trina. If you try www.sendoutcard.com/59019, you can upload your pictures and type words, add borders, thought bubbles and they print on high quality paper. Just a thought and a neat way to send out greeting cards.
Its 80% owned by Hallmark and American greetings so you can pick a card or custom make one. Its <$1 per card plus .42 postage. Choose glossy if you like or not.
If you should check it out, it will ask for your name and address, but I'm the only one that sees it.........but its allowing you to send a free card...to yourself if you like so you can see the quality.
What they do is print the card, place a stamp on it, then mail it for you. It also keeps a log of who you sent a card to and the date you sent it. You can choose one Christmas card, select a border or not, type your own words (they have several fonts and colors to choose from) or just use the verse they have, then select the group (assuming you already uploaded you card list) you want to send it to and with one click its mailed to everyone. It also allows electronic signature in your own handwriting.
Photographers use this to send postcards as their marketing tool for all their clients (thank you for your business or referral)
Hope this helps solve more than your greeting card paper question. Gook Luck!
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