The paper people use to mail friends and family is never standard. And because of this variety, the envelopes that protect the cards need to come in many different shape and sizes, too.
To make sure you get the right envelope for your cards, we put together this extremely helpful (and short) envelopes guide.
Pamphlets and flyers are two common types of print publications used throughout business. The core difference between a flyer and a pamphlet is that a flyer is typically made from one sheet of paper, while a pamphlet consists of five to 48 pages (Anything beyond that is classified a book). When to Use Pamphlets and […]
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Paper Weights & Information When weighing papers, manufacturers weigh one ream (500 sheets) of the paper’s parent sheets. There for, 500 20″ x 26″ sheets of 24lb cover stock would actually weigh 24 pounds. The different parent sizes complicate things, but in the end, the weights do make some sense. For the vast majority of […]
Printing on paper or cards that are not the normal letter size can be intimidating. The good news is that it’s actually quite simple! Whether it is a 4″ x 6″ postcard, 5″ x 7″ greeting card, or any other size, the procedure is the same. To start, open your Desktop Publishing Program. For demonstration […].
Common publishing programs such as The Print Shop or Print Master let you print a simple 4-fold greeting card quickly and easily. By printing in a 4-fold layout, the software is designed to let you print your greeting card on a standard sheet of 8.5″x11″ paper. Printing greeting cards or invitations on plain white copy […]