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The Quality Park 25pk Colored Envelopes are durable envelopes that resist tears and rips. With these envelopes, you can be sure that your mail is safe.
In China, people put money inside the money envelopes and give away to their relatives, children and friends on Chinese New Year. Money envelopes are also call red envelopes. Chinese red envelopes are believed that they can bring good luck, wealth and prosperity for people carrying them around. Therefore some people put some coins or money and put them in their wallet or pocket whole year. These colorful Chinese money envelopes have good quality and pretty. Each Chinese red envelope is 4.5" x 3".
Festive Red Astrobrights A7 Envelopes for 5x7 Cards Also available in A2 & A6 Price, Service & Quality "Look no Further" FREE SHIPPING We are a wholesaler & manufacturer. Our prices have been adjusted to give you the best pricing possible. We do not sacrifice quality & service for price. If you ever have a problem contact us & we will fix it. We want your favorable feedback. No Hassle 30 Day return Colors on computers may vary Moisten-to-seal closure Same color on the inside (not lined) Brand new top quality Laser & Ink Jet compatible We ship in one business day These would be great for crafts projects, photos, greeting cards, or handmade invitations and announcements A2 size ·Measure: 4-3/8" x 5-3/4" ·Maximum card size: 4-1/8" x 5-1/2" (card not included) A6 size ·Measure: 4-3/4" x 6-1/2" ·Maximum card size: 4-1/2" x 6-1/4" (card not included) A7 size ·Measure: 5-1/4" x 7-1/4" ·Maximum card size: 5" x 7" (card not included)
A7 Greeting Card Envelopes are perfect to accompany 5" x 7" greeting cards! These A7 Envelopes are made from a 24lb bond / 60lb text (90 gsm) stock and are inkjet and laser printer compatible. These A7 envelopes measure 5 1/4" x 7 1/4" each and feature a square flap. These envelopes are also known as Lee Size envelopes.
A Quantity of 100 - A7 Solid Red Invitation Envelope made with 24# Astrobright ReEntry Red Wove paper and a gummed square flap. Make your invitation stand out use a Red A7 Invitation Envelope. This envelope was designed to hold a 5 x 7 card. Suitable for announcements and invitations.
These Rocket Red #10 Envelopes measure 4 1/8" x 9 1/2".This color is lighter and brighter than the Re Entry Red. This color is almost a PINK. Envelopes are made from 24lb paper. Our Rocket Red envelopes are great for fitting our Trifold Brochures, letterhead, and our #10 Business Note Cards!
JAM Paper #6 coin envelopes are great to use to store small items such as coins, jewlery, and small parts. Need a secure place to store your coins or small items? Check out these underrated susperstars. Coin Envelopes are small, feisty, and get the job done. Size really doesn't matter when it comes to these sturdy little envelopes. They are also good to use to hold cash, deposit slips and checks. These envelopes measure 3 3/8 x 6 inches and are made from smooth 24 lb paper. They are open ended, have a straight flap and gum closure. Available in a variety of colors: White, Black, Pink, Baby Pink, Lime Green, Yellow, Orange, Red, Blue, Baby Blue, Purple, and Kraft Brown.
Happy Lunar New Year! Also known as Chinese New Year or Spring Festival. Here's a summary of Red Envelopes, why they're so fun and important during this time of the year! Cupid & Psyche: http://youtu.be/ehMAlOL113Y Subscribe to Little Art Talks for more art-filled educational videos: https://go...
Just For Fun. A video on how to make quick cash during Chinese New Year by asking for Red Envelopes. This is one of my favorite Chinese New Year traditions (besides eating good food). Keep in mind, even though you can make money, CNY is about spending time with family and friends. :) Disclai...
Do you know red envelope? What’s inside of it? And what’s the story behind? Today, you’ll know the interesting fact of red envelope! Red envelops is called 红包 (Hónɡ bāo) in Chinese. It is “red” because during the Qin Dynasty, the elderly would thread coins with a red string. So in modern time...