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Avery Half-Fold Greeting Cards for Inkjet Printers, 5.5 inches x 8.5 inches, White, Matte, Pack of 20 (03265)

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  • High-quality, matte-coated stock for vivid color and photo printing
  • Create cards for every occasion, including birthdays, graduations and Valentine's Day or invitations for your next party
  • Easy-to-use free templates are available from avery.com
  • 20 cards and 20 matching envelopes
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameAvery
Item Weight9.9 ounces
Product Dimensions0.1 x 8.1 x 11.4 inches
Item model number03265
ColorWhite
Number of Items1
Size5 1/2 In
Sheet Size5-1/2" x 8-1/2"
Manufacturer Part Number03265
  
Additional Information
ASINB00000JFNV
Best Sellers Rank #735 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Product Description

So you're fond of receiving invitations or season's greetings in the mail? Return the favor with a message of your own with these printable Greeting Cards. To get started, check out the wide selection of free templates on avery.com or use your favorite digital photos for a personal touch. Feed heavyweight, matte-coated stock through your inkjet printer and watch as the high-resolution color makes images come to life. Cards are scored for easy folding and come with matching envelopes. Few things say, "thinking of you," quite like a custom-made card.

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Perfect for invitations, thank you notes, moving announcements and more. Come with matching envelopes.

Customer Reviews

The quality of the card stock and envelopes are nice.
Amos W. Risinger
Great card stock, excellent paper and it worked great with my inkjet printer.
Valentina
I downloaded the template from Avery and it works perfectly in OpenOffice.
R. Dowling

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By V. M. on January 20, 2009
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I have been using the Avery Half-Fold Greeting Cards # 3265 for years. I have tried many other brands. Most "glossy" card stock I have purchased is so flimsy the cards have a cheap, "funky" feel and not worth the ink. The Avery 3265 stock has a nice feel, is thick enough to feel like a real card and the print output is quite phenomenal with my Epson Stylus Photo Printer.

I have printed photo's, clip art and every possible combination over the years on the Avery 3265 card stock and I am constantly blown away by the quality of the prints as are the people I give the cards to. Perhaps the person that can not get good photo prints on them is using the wrong printer (I use a Canon and my Epson and both get great results). I get photo-realistic prints that are just as good as on photo card stock (albeit on the 3265 matt finish). I just printed Chinese New Year cards today and one in particular, a dragon on a black background looks like the black area is pure velvet. Very cool.

I highly recommend the Avery 3265 card stock for anyone wanting to make cards from home. Just a tip. Best prints come out of an inkjet photo printer (any brand). You will use a bit of ink to make the card, but, hey, that is why you bought a photo printer. So you could make "cool" prints!

Anyway, that's my two-cents worth :0)
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50 of 54 people found the following review helpful By tropic_of_criticism on May 16, 2000
While this product comes in more interesting paper types--and heavier card stock--this is clearly the preferred card style for home card makers. Vastly superior to their quarter-fold counterparts, half-fold cards are what you'll usually find commercially in card shops. Though they do fold to a somewhat larger-than Hallmark (tm) size, the after-folding allignment is dead-on, and you have more room to express yourself. If approximating the look and feel of a 'real' store-bought card is important to you, therefore, go with this format. However, I'm partial to more textured card-stocks--Hewlett Packard makes an excellent 'felt' ivory--so I have to drop the rating for this one down a star for its white blandness.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Johann Mitchell on January 7, 2009
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I got a fabulous image from NASAs Hubble Christmas card page, and made a few modifications and used this paper to print Christmas cards, and it worked beautifully.

Somebody told me that card stock does not work well with the duplexer on my printer, and so I printed one side, and then printed the other manually. I have no idea if it would have printed both sides automatically if I'd tried it.

The cards were easy to print (once I got the art the way I wanted it to be--proof on regular paper) and looked great.

How can it be better than that?
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Irish Rose on December 14, 2008
While I have used many a brand, and used to love the Hallmark Brand of card stock (they are now owned by Nova), this has become the brand to use. Any decently-made card will require a "high" quality from your printer for high quality graphics and will lay down a considerable amount of ink. If you want to do your own cards and save ink, lower the quality of graphics (to cartoonish clip art) and printer settings to "normal" and you'll have a ho-hum card. If your want Hallmark quality, either spend $5 at the store for a card or be prepared to spend some money on ink and paper. If the receiver of your cards just throws all cards out in two seconds, buy a cheap store-bought non-Hallmark card. If they cherish cards, then the extra money is worth it, whether a retail Hallmark card or the time and cost of something more personal.

I knocked down a star because I like the glossy stock, and this model isn't it. Glossy will show off your photos better IMHO, but matte does a fine job too, if your settings are on MATTE (hint to the reviewer down below: one doesn't stick in matte card stock and set the printer on "plain paper").
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Gregg on March 27, 2012
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this Avery greeting card paper works great for me. I never had it jam up my printer maybe its because I separate all the pages first to see if any are stuck together. then re-stack how may I want to print put paper in printer and print away. my cards turn out very well I will buy this paper again.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Magnanimous on April 8, 2014
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I was very excited to purchase these to offer my clients greeting cards. But when I received these, I opened the paper and it is not card stock. I decided to go through the design process anyway and print out my first Avery card. Fingers crossed, I waited to see the results....

Absolutely amateur and they looked as if, well, I printed them from my home printer. You can get Epson Premium Presentation paper and make these same things for much cheaper and higher quality. These cards are much too flimsy to be taken seriously. I am just so disappointed because I really love my labels from Avery.

If you just want something that is crafty and looks DIY, then these will do. I was hoping for something professional looking. Good luck friends! ....if anyone happens to find something better, please do let me know.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By mj on December 4, 2009
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I just received my ump-teenth reorder of this printable card stock. Right my printer is busy printing out the second run of the evening, and if I do have to say so myself, this year's Christmas cards look fantastic! I LOVE this matte coated stock; it's always my first choice. I've tried the "other" popular brand; but, it just doesn't compare in quality. Avery's card stock is a good and sturdy weight, and the matte coating -- combined with my OEM ink cartridges -- allows me to print out true-to-color photos and graphics that look so real you want to touch them. Another year and another series of great looking printed cards that make me proud. Thanks Avery and Amazon.com -- and, of course, my terrific Canon printer.
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