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Posted 11/15/2012 by sorfammom in General Scrappin'
 

sorfammom
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Posted: 11/15/2012 9:41:30 PM
My daughter is getting married next year and we are making the invitations. Our problem is that we haven't found any envelopes we like. HL, M's, and A's all have envelopes but the paper they are made with is kind of thin. Does anyone know where we can find some good quality envelopes made with heavier paper? I'm wondering if my best bet will be to buy some Christmas cards on clearance after the holidays and use the envelopes and just toss the cards.

Waratah
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Posted: 11/15/2012 9:51:31 PM
Hallmark and some bigger bookstores have lined/unlined and heavier envelopes.



catheris
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Posted: 11/15/2012 10:31:45 PM
Do an online search. Or look for a paper supplier near you. We have one here called Donahue Paper Emporium where I buy envelopes in bulk and they are nice quality. But I know there are several online sources. Try posting the question to Kristina Werner on her blog - I know she has mentioned an online source that she uses.



Kathy Montgomery
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Posted: 11/15/2012 11:12:44 PM
I'm not sure what quantity you'll be ordering, but I've used this online source before and gotten great service. They do have several different types of envelopes, including foil-lined...

Online envelopes and stationery supplies


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