Post # 1
… you seriously consider ordering higher quality envelopes for your holiday cards!
I bought five packs of cards to send out this year and was so disappointed in the quality of the envelopes that I was a split second from placing an order from PaperSource to replace them. PaperSource envelopes to replace the ones that came with the cards… Cards that cost me $7 per box, 24 cards per box. I’ve officially lost it.
Wedding planning has made me a paper snob!
Post # 4
- Wedding: April 2010 - Signature Events
Haha, wedding planning has made me a paper snob, too. I was just fine with good old cardstock for all my homemade projects until Papersource came along!
Post # 5
Actually, I don’t think that’s weird at all. I was debating btw what they had at Michael’s and ordering nicer ones… what they had at Michael’s won out because I was too lazy to get online.
Post # 6
Serya, have you thought about DIY envelope liners? Depending on the shape of your envelope, they can be REALLY easy to make, and they make the envelope look/feel a lot richer. I’m a paper snob too, and got gorgeous (way too $$$) wedding invites, but I was too cheap to spend the money for them to do the envelope lining, and did them myself and they looked great!
Post # 7
@jhphi – these envelopes are actually lined – the problem is the paper is super flimsy. I’ve powered through it and am letting it go 🙂