Avery® Textured Half-Fold Greeting Cards for Inkjet Printers 3378, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", White, Uncoated, Box of 30

Product Number: 3378
Send your special greetings with these elegant Textured Half-Fold Greeting Cards. Just browse the free blank and predesigned templates on avery.com or use your computer's own creative software for design ideas. Made from heavyweight textured card stock, these cards feed easily through popular inkjet printers while looking and feeling like they came right from a card shop. It's that simple. Whether you're celebrating a birthday, the holidays or just saying, "thinking of you," these greeting cards will fit the bill.
  • Special textured surface creates a high-quality look and feel
  • Create cards for every occasion, including birthdays, graduations, Valentine's Day or invitations for your next party
  • Easy-to-use free templates are available on avery.com
  • Create customized greeting cards with personalized messages, designs and photos

Price: $13.60

Product Description:
  • Inkjet
  • White
  • Textured
  • 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"
  • Uncoated
  • 1 Card per Sheet
  • 30 Envelopes per Package
  • 30 Total Cards

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Great cards, but hard to print

By PhotoladyLiz

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This review is from Ink Jet Half-Fold Greeting Cards 8316:

I have used these cards for a number of projects including invitations and signs for my table at craft fairs. The quality of the card is very good and the finished card looks great. The only problem I have is that they don't feed well in either of my inkjet printers. I have a small desktop printer that feeds from a tray and a professional photo printer that feeds from the top/back. With both printers, 1 or 2 cards feed okay but then the rollers slip and won't feed the cards. I clean the rollers but it doesn't seem to help. It takes quite a while when I have to print a lot of cards an is very frustrating.



By Leronis

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This review is from Ink Jet Matte Coated Quarter-Fold Cards 3266:

I have used Avery quarter fold cards before and found them to be very satisfactory. I didn't have enough cards left from last year to finish my Christmas cards so I ran out and got another pack. This new pack was very disappointing, to say the least. The perforations that allow you to tear the cards apart were inadequate to nonexistent, so all my cards for this batch ended up with ragged, torn edges. I don't know if Avery changed the product or if I just got a dud, but I will think very hard before buying this product next year.


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By archamb

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This review is from Ink Jet Matte Coated Half-Fold Greeting Cards 3265:

I found this product not only exactly as presented - my printer actually liked it. Many Ink jet Matte Greeting Card are a little too thick and sometimes jam in the printing process. This product worked flawlessly giving me exactly what I created.



By Linda2

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This review is from Ink Jet Matte Coated Quarter-Fold Cards 3266:

I used Avery's quarter-fold greeting cards to make personalized birthday wishes on a monthly basis for each resident of a nursing home where I volunteer. These cards are so easy to use. The smile it brings to the recipient to see THEIR name on the card is worth the ink that is used in the process.


Great for a quick Thank You card


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This review is from Ink Jet Matte Coated Half-Fold Greeting Cards 3265:

Purchased these for our office. We use them to send out quick, customized notes to our employees and customers. They come with envelopes and I use the Avery Embossed Round Labels (22824) that I put our logo on for an extra personalized touch.

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