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  • The forms of envelopes rectangles


The envelopes rectangles are one of the most versatile forms of envelope.They can be used to send or contain documents, letters, save the dates, participations, invitations, information, gift card, greetings, thanks, family tickets, personalized tickets, business cards, etc.They are available in a wide range of shapes and sizes to meet any need.There you are envelopes rectangular with rounded corner, envelopes with the tip angle, envelopes with vertical opening, envelopes with horizontal opening and much more.In addition, the envelopes rectangular can be customized with different digital prints, hot or embossed.

  •  The different types of paper for the Envelope Rectangular

The envelopes rectangles can be made in a wide range papers, paper smooth, paper hammered, paper velvety, paper of cotton, paper of velvet, paper skin.The paper smooth is a type of paper that fits easily to any type of print.The paper hammered is a paper that for some prints can give the watercolor effect and is very versatile and elegant for all occasions.The paper colored is often used for envelopes rectanglers that must be.The paper skin gives the feeling of being really skin and paper velvety is a paper especially pleasant to touch both can be used to give a touch of luxury to envelopes rectangular.

  •  How to choose the right size and the right paper for the envelopes

When choosing a envelope rectangular, it is important to consider the size and type of paper necessary.The size of the envelope must be large enough to contain the object that must contain, but not too large.In addition, the type of paper must be chosen according to the type of object you want to send and the feeling that the envelope must give to those who receive it.

  • How to customize envelopes

The envelopes rectangular can be customized in a variety of ways.You can print a logo or image on envelope to make it more appealing or embellish it with closures like ribbons, double panes, etc...


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