Post # 1
I’m about to purchase a roll of baker’s twine. Did wrapping everything up in Baker’s twine add to your postage? If so how much?
For those of you printing your invites on Lettra, did adding twine dent the edges of the paper?
We have 1 220gm Invitation, an RSVP card in heavy cardstock, a welcome party card also in cardstock and and RSVP envelope.
Post # 3
I’d like to know the info about the bakers twine as well!
Post # 4
I used cooking twine on mine. It did not add to my postage but I don’t know how things are in the States. It didn’t dent the invites a lot but on a few of them that I accidently tied too tight (I started drinking to get through the monotony half way through :P) some of them were a little indented.
Post # 5
I used regular twine, and it added to my postage bc of the thickness where the bow was tied (I also had a little tag on there) Not by that much, I was still in the 66 cent range. It didn’t come close to denting my invites, but I’m not sure what the paper weight was except that it was heavy! It did however put little dents in the vellum sheet that goes on top of the invite, not bad enough to bother me or make me want to not use the twine.
Post # 6
I used twine and the extra thickness added an extra stamp to each envelope.
These were our invites (for thickness comparison to yours):
Post # 7
I used bakers twine- it did not raise the postage, nor did it dent the invites- but I used heavy stock and had it duplexed.