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Old 07-17-2006, 10:06 AM   #1  
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Does anyone know where to get clear, plastic card holders to use if I wanted to sell my cards at a craft show? I want to sell them individually and in groups...

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I ordered some from www.clearbags.com They were good quality with a seal, and they were delivered quickly. My only advice is to order larger than I did if you decorate your envelopes, too. I ordered 5 3/4 x 4 1/2 because I mostly make 5 1/2 by 4 1/4 cards, but the envelopes didn't fit in. I hadn't thought of that when I ordered. It wouldn't make any difference if you just gave each card buyer a plain envelope, but if you want the envelope to fit, too, order a larger size.
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Try: http://www.cistamps.com/card_jackets.htm
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try www.marcopaper.com ...they carry the clear card jackets
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I just went to the marcopaper site. They really are much cheaper than SU if you buy them in bulk. I also sell my cards and put them in the plastic. This place has the kind that allows you to open the card and see the inside for less than the jacket kind. I'm going to get some from here. Thanks!
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There is an add that floats around at the top of the page for clear envys if that would work...
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