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torytz 01-08-2008 12:02 PM

Pocket Invitations - Where to buy?
Hi Ladies-

I posted this on the Tools & Products Forum and I got one response from Patti (Thanks Again Patti!). Hoping to find other places to buy these...

I am looking for the best place to buy pocket invitations such as these shown at Archivers:

My friend's daughter is getting married and they would like to do the invites themselves to save on cost. They purchased one pack of these over the weekend and they were quite costly ($40 for a pack of 25). I know there has to be an online resource that has these much cheaper. Does anybody have a resource they would like to share?

If they resort to making their own, any ideas on where to buy paper big enough for this??

Thank you in advance for you help!


jailbirdstamper 01-08-2008 12:40 PM

that link doesn't seem to work but I think TAC sells them but not sure how much they are. I have a few places saved in my favorites so let me look around for you.

tigerlily55 01-08-2008 01:09 PM

You could check the website at The Paper Cut. They sell lots of ready made cards for stamping. They are a paper company but sell through stores and you can order from their website.


Kimichan1 01-08-2008 01:53 PM

pocket cards
When I daughter did her pocket invitations, we went to the local stamping store and they helped us design the invitation - we just paid for the paper and we assembled it ourselves. If you can't find it online, perhaps you can
do this instead?

torytz 01-09-2008 04:46 AM

Thanks Ladies for your input!

I emailed The Paper Cut as I did not see what I was looking for directly on their site! Hopefully they can help me out!

I need to look at TAC's website or find a consultant as mine moved away!

Thanks again for your help! If anybody else has any sources or ideas, I would love to hear them!


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