Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Personalized Christmas Cards

Somebody was very excited when I showed her what I received from the mail.  These two packs of Astrobrights colored card stock and colored paper was sent to me for review by Shoplet. When my daughter arrived from school, she immediately opened it and suggested that we should make our Christmas Cards out of it.  That's actually a great idea.  I told her that we will try.
A pack of these Neenah Astrobrights  Colored Paper  costs $12.67 a ream and it has 500 pieces.   These colorful  papers are actually great to make notices, flyers, announcements and bulletins that grab people's attention.  These are  great to use in all laser and inkjet devices because of its  specialized engineering feature  which ensures trouble-free performance. These acid-free stock papers provide an  excellent fade resistance so these would really make ,great signs for your  garage sale or any kind of announcements. I love that this product was made from wood that came from a certified managed forest. 
The Colored Card Stock  are really great for making cards.  They are also ideal for color-coding, menus, posters and a lot more. There is 250 pieces in a ream and it cost $14.60.  Just like the colored papers, these are also acid free and made from a certified managed forest.  
Look how colorful these card stick are.  My daughter sampled them right away.
Here are the two cards she made  right away.  She said that we will make some more this weekend.  I think she forgot that her weekend is always busy because of her music program in Doquesne Universtiy.  But we will see.
Shoplet have everything that you need for your business and home including office suppliesoffice stationarypromotional productspromotional shirts and many others.   Thank you once again Shoplet and Neenah!

Disclosure: The author of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review. Opinions expressed is not in anyway influenced by other factors. The product/s mentioned above was provided for FREE for evaluation purposes.


Victorious Smile!

She won an international smile contest for the month of October 2009. This contest was sponsored by Division of Pediatric Dentistry, Department of Oral Health Sciences, University of British Columbia, Canada.

God bless y'all!

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