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Avery® Clean Edge® Business Cards, 2 inches x 3 1/2 inches, White, 80 Cards

8 Ratings: 3.3
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8 reviews about Avery® Clean Edge® Business Cards, 2 inches...
review by . June 13, 2011
My primary concern when purchasing a box of these cards was that the ink on their front side might smear while the back was being printed. When printing on both sides of any paper, I prefer to set printed sheets aside for ten minutes in open air before printing their opposite sides in order to prevent smudging. This may not have been necessary with these sheets, as the resulting cards exhibit not the faintest indication of blemishes. Text and graphics alike print to these cards with pristine clarity. …
review by . October 22, 2009
There really isn't anything very complicated about hand made business cards. I've never found a paper that gives the cards the same look as a professionally printed card, and this paper is no different. (I do give room for the possibility that the look of the cards is more the fault of my printer or my design ability.) The snap-break does give the cards a cleaner look than a perforated card would give, but in the end, they still look like something you printed at home from your computer. The cards …
review by . October 18, 2009
The edges are very clean and neat, which seems to be the main selling point for these cards. You just fold all 4 edges of the sheet to remove the borders, then separate each card by folding them where they join. The card stock is very good quality, if a little thin for some people's taste.    I followed the instructions to go online and download a template. The instructions did not match what I saw and it took some time to get the template. The choice of designs was unimpressive …
review by . October 12, 2009
Need new business cards fast? Don't want to pay for rush printing and shipping? Then these cards could just be what you need.     I had no problems setting up the cards to print. Of course, as always, there are a couple of things you should keep in mind:    1.) Do not tear the cards apart when you are done. "Snap" them apart by bending them toward you.  2.) Place one sheet in your printer at a time.    Yes, these tips are printed …
review by . October 09, 2009
Avery is right about one thing, the only way that you might find cleaner edges would be to go to a professional print shop. Honestly, there is little difference between do-it-yourself cards using the Avery Clean Edge Business Cards and commercially printed ones.     Why have 250 or 500 cards printed for you at a modest (yet spam-inducing) cost, when you can customize your own? This would be perfect for job hunters! You can produce a few at a time, customized to your search and …
review by . October 08, 2009
These cards are fairly easy to use and nice quality (thick and smooth, nice bright white). You *will* have to work with templates in your software, which is always a little bit of a hassle, and sometimes you have to print out a few "test cards" to make sure that it all lines up and looks the way you like. If your printer is temperamental, like our printers are, you will also have to feed each sheet individually and wait for the printing process to complete. If you have an hour or so of spare time, …
review by . October 03, 2009
I create my own business cards and have used Avery cards for years. Of all the styles, the White Clean Edge are the best.     If you're designing a card for the first time, you can use an installed program like Print Shop or simply go to [...] and create by product to get an assortment of templates (one and two-sided). When you've finished your design, click "next" and you're ready to set up the printing procedure (Note: these cards are designed to be used in InkJet printers).   & …
review by . October 03, 2009
It's been a while since I had last attempted to print my own business cards, and the memories of those times did not make me overly optimistic about the viability of the whole do-it-yourself approach to business cards. These always looked jagged on the edges, printed on a poor quality paper with the print quality that screamed cheap home printer. However, Avery cards turned to be quite something else. The Clean Edge turned out to be just that - almost completely smooth edges on par with the professionally …
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