new 6x8 presentation envelopes are here!

 

 

 Introducing the little sister to our Welcome Folders you already love — meet the new modern pochette: 6x8 Presentation Envelopes. These littles are perfect for enclosing any smaller item that needs a beautiful and finished presentation, like gift certificates or smaller prints. Good things do come in small packages! Click here to see more and add them to your paper lineup today! TIP -  These envelopes coordinate perfectly with our Client Correspondence Cards, Gift Certificates, Certificate of Authenticity and so much more! Please note: Product includes envelopes only. Marketing pieces and ribbon shown with envelopes are not included with purchase. All templates/extras must be purchased separately.




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