Avery® Matte White Party Banner 80507, 3-4/5" x 4-5/16", Pack of 20 Cards

Product Number: 80507
Make your own personalized party banner with this high-quality printable streamer. Its' great for adding a personal touch to birthday parties, retirement celebrations, graduations and any other special occasion. The pre-punched holes and white ribbon are perfect for easy hanging. Easily add sharp, bold customized colors and text all the way to the edge on both sides of the cards. Make all your celebrations more personal with a customized party banner.
  • Great way to personalize your birthday celebrations, retirement parties, graduations and more
  • Made from heavyweight cardstock
  • Pre-punched holes for looping ribbon, string or yarn through for hanging
  • Compatible with both laser and inkjet printers
  • Choose from a variety of free, easy-to-use templates with Avery Design & Print at avery.com/print

Price: $8.13

Product Description:
  • Laser/Inkjet
  • White
  • 3-4/5" x 4-5/16"
  • Matte Coated
  • 4 Cards per Sheet
  • 20 Total Cards
  • Print-to-the-Edge

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This review is from Avery® Print-to-the-Edge Printable Tags, 8-up, 5 sheets 22812:

I cannot rave enough about this Avery product as it is used in altered art. The size of the tag fits within niches created by recycling cassette tape boxes and audio book box sets. Because the tag is print-to-the-edge printable, I can get a full image onto it--perfect for my Family Tree project. I am a hybrid scrapper (digital/traditional mix) plus a mixed media artist. Think outside the box and use these tags on your next masterpiece!

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