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Avery Textured Half-Fold Greeting Cards for Inkjet Printers, Uncoated, 5.5 x 8.5 Inches, White, Box of 30 (03378)

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  • Special textured surface creates a high-quality look and feel
  • Create cards for every occasion, including birthdays, graduations, Valentine's Day or invitations for your next party
  • Easy-to-use free templates are available on avery
  • Easy-to-use free templates are available on avery.com
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameAvery
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions11.1 x 8.8 x 1.2 inches
Item model number03378
ColorWhite
Number of Items1
Size5-1/2" x 8-1/2"
Sheet Sizesee description
Paper FinishUncoated
Manufacturer Part Number03378
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000AQNVK
Best Sellers Rank #1,478 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 17, 2003
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Send your special greetings with these elegant Textured Half-Fold Greeting Cards. Just browse the free blank and predesigned templates on avery.com or use your computer's own creative software for design ideas. Made from heavyweight textured card stock, these cards feed easily through popular inkjet printers while looking and feeling like they came right from a card shop. It's that simple. Whether you're celebrating a birthday, the holidays or just saying, "thinking of you," these greeting cards will fit the bill. Special textured surface creates a high-quality look and feel. Create cards for every occasion, including birthdays, graduations, Valentine's Day or invitations for your next party. Easy-to-use free templates are available on avery.com.

From the Manufacturer

Sending personalized greetings and invitations is easy with Avery 3378 Personal Creations textured heavyweight half-fold cards and envelopes. These cards are designed to feed easily through popular inkjet printers for hassle-free creation. With do-it-yourself cards, you never come up one card short or get stuck printing way more than you actually need. And since these cards are made from textured, heavyweight card stock, your finished products will be sure to have a professional look and feel.

Free blank and predesigned templates are available on avery.com to help you start designing cards for holidays, special events, and everyday greetings, or you can start from scratch using your favorite creative software. Unique logos, specialized text, and family photos printed on these high-quality cards can give all your correspondance a unique, personal touch.

What's in the Box
30 White, Uncoated, Textured 5-1/2 x 8-1/2-inch Greeting Cards and Envelopes.

Customer Reviews

I LOVE making my own personalized greeting cards.
Love Green
The textured paper makes a very nice greeting card and I would buy it again.
Janet L. Mowry
The cards are nice quality and hold inkjet ink well.
Nan Crussell

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Geocookie on December 13, 2008
I've been making my own cards using Staples' Photo Greeting Cards. When I went to get more of Staples' cards, I found they were sold out of their own product, so I opted to buy this Avery 'card' paper instead. I thought, because of the Avery name, the product would be comparable or of superior quality. BOY was I disappointed! I might as well have used 24 lb. paper I had at home. The Avery paper in this package is NOT cardstock, which is what I expected for a greeting card type of product. I'm Very disappointed, particularly because I expected better of Avery.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By wiredweird HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on January 12, 2008
Well, that's not a fair question. Lots of people need to have others create the words and images that they send to their friends and loved ones. The rest of us have our own ideas. We know what we want to say and how, or we find images of artworks that deliver some message uniquely well. This is for the rest of us.

This form produces one card from each 8.5x11 sheet - folded, that's a bit bigger than a 5x8 file card, somewhat larger than most greeting cards. The cards take inkjet printing beautifully, they're lightly scored for precise folding, and, even with the costs of ink and whatnot, come out far cheaper than any store-bought card around. The Avery web site offers templates for aligning your art to the forms, clip art, and other free aids in using these cards. The templates take the guesswork out of laying out the card; I haven't tried the other tools they offer.

I have only one minor complaint, that the envelopes aren't the most opaque - no big deal unless you have a sensitive message or want opening the envelope to reveal its surprise.

That problem isn't big enough to stop me from using these cards or stop me from coming back for more. They aren't the fanciest around, but perfectly fine for most kinds of notes and greetings. And, most importantly, these cards carry my own thoughts, not some Hallmark writer's.

-- wiredweird
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Amy Liz on June 26, 2004
These cards are overall a good deal. They work best for invitations, announcements, and other times when you will be doing mass mailings. They are a little too flimsy for my liking for nicer, individual cards, despite Avery advertising them as "heavyweight" on the box. That's the only reason I give them four stars instead of five. Other than that these are great cards; I haven't had problems with smearing or paperjams at all. The cards are scored evenly and fold very easily. The texture is a nice touch, too.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By papergirl on May 23, 2012
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I do a lot of printing for my business and I've used a lot of different papers so, based on that, I have to give this Avery paper (that is supposed to be suitable for greeting cards) a pretty low rating. I received the package today with the hopes of printing some greeting cards to sell. Honestly, this stock is quite flimsy for greeting cards.

The packaging or product info doesn't provide one with the weight of the paper so a side-by-side comparison of the Avery paper to Epson Premium Presentation Matte paper: the Avery is less substantial. The Epson paper is 48lb (9.8mil) and that weight, to me, felt light for a single-fold card hence my purchase of the Avery product.

The texture of the Avery paper is nice but for a single-fold card, particularly one that is 5.5 x 8.5 when folded is not substantial enough. People like to prop their cards on a shelf or mantle and one slight breeze would send these cards flying through the air.

As for print quality, I ran it through my Canon Pro9000 using Matte Photo Paper as the media and Standard as print quality (this is the setting I use for the Epson papers mentioned, above) and the output was okay - perhaps a bit washed out... Unfortunately, Avery provides no information regarding printer settings apart from a generic 'Adjust printer settings to optimize print quality'. If you don't do a lot of printing, or even if you do, that 'tip' is useless and hopefully you don't run through a whole box of cards while you're adjusting your settings to find the best one.

Had I gone to my local office supply store and looked at this product I would have passed. I really can't recommend this product for use as greeting card stock so I'm giving it one star.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By J. Gillentine on September 6, 2004
I completely agree with the previous review. While I certainly don't think the cards should be classified as heavyweight (they most definitely are not), the texture is very nice and the printing on them is excellent (I love our Canon i860 printer. If you're shopping around for a new printer, I would highly recommend it). Happy cardmaking!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By serendipity on May 24, 2011
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I was so looking forward to receiving Avery's textured greeting cards as I had worked with some of their products before like their white notecard paper and half fold white greeting cards and was quite pleased with them. Unfortunately I found myself feeling very disappointed with these textured cards. Although the paper has a nice texture to it, it is way too flimsy. And the quality of the prints compared to avery's half fold white cards leaves a lot to be desired for. A waste of my money really! Perhaps I will use the paper to make drawings instead and stick to their textured free paper for greeting cards.
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