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Strathmore 105230 Photomount Strathmore Cards and Envelopes, 5-Inch by 7-Inch, White, 50-Pack
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- Cards measure 5x7 Inch
- 50 per package
- White Photomount
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Use photographs or other small artwork to create your own personal cards on beautifully embossed white stock cards with matching envelopes. Your image mounts directly onto the card with enclosed adhesive tabs. Box of 50 cards and envelopes.
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While the cards are a decent quality (much better than the flimsy, rough ones that are available at big box craft stores...), the problem is that there is an embossed design of dots, flourishes, and sort of "floral-eqsue" elements that goes around the entire frame for the photo. I assumed the "embossed element" was simply a raised sets of lines to insert the photo into. Instead, it's a design element, and very apparent on each card.
This would probably be fine for most uses, but in case you are like me, and want something completely plain for your work/photos, this is not the right card for that purpose. Just thought you might want to know!
I went ahead and ordered Strathmore Watercolor Blank Greeting Card pack of 50 instead. No border, but no competing design.
Also, they run through the printer very well if you want to personalize a message on them. Some cards make the ink streaky or blotchy. Not with these.)
These are my favorite for creating cards with artwork.
They make beautiful cards! I can now send cards more often because they so much less expensive than commercial cards. It works out to about fifty cents per card ($.40 for the card, and $.10 for the photo -- less than a dollar, including postage!). (Gotta love Amazon Prime...)
I make sets of cards to give as stationery gifts for family and friends. The adhesive stickers are included, but I have ordered extra (a roll of adhesive squares, from Pioneer) because I prefer to use six per photo. Four would likely be adequate, but I want photos to be perfectly flat and secure -- and I am prone to being overcautious...
I actually prefer to order the set with 100, since it is even less expensive per card if you wait until you can get free shipping. And Amazon has clear photo sleeves, at $10 for 100, which are a really nice touch if you are selling them or giving them as stationery gifts.
Highly recommend! I have so far purchased 250 of them...