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Interested about the different Gmund paper brands that we carry? All Gmund papers are produced at a small, but world-renowned paper mill in the village of Gmund. The mill is located in the south of Germany at the edge of Lake Tegernsee, in the Bavarian Alps. In operation since 1829, Gmund is dedicated to producing quality paper and protecting their environment.
Whether you’re just discovering the world of Japanese paper or you’re here for a specific sheet, our selection of over 125 different styles, patterns, and colors means that beautiful, decorative Japanese paper is just around the corner, in-stock, ready to ship.
PC100 made by Monadnock Paper Mills in Bennington, New Hampshire, USA is a sound, environmental choice for quality, 100% post consumer waste recycled paper. Wanting to know more about the manufacturing process of PC100 & how it compares to other recycled papers, we contacted Mike Barry who has been with Monadnock Paper Mills since 2003. Mike met with us at our Marlborough, Massachusetts facility to discuss responsible fiber sourcing and their commitment to protecting the environment.
Most of us receive paper correspondence, Monday through Saturday, in our mailbox. Depending on who is the sender and how the mail is packaged, it may be tossed in the recycling bin or opened with anticipation. Whether the contents are dismissed as junk or treasured as a keepsake can often be determined just by handling the envelope, even before it’s even opened.
A beautiful envelope cuts through the clutter and distinguishes itself from other envelopes that are just, well, “mail.”
But have you ever wondered what exactly differentiates a particular type of envelope from the others? What makes one envelope more special than another?
We'll look at exactly what is an envelope. Can it do more than simply protect a letter in the mail? We'll take a brief tour of the envelope's history. Finally, we'll show the different types of envelopes and discuss each type's usage.
How To Print An Address On Envelopes
Printing envelopes at home can be a real time saver over hand addressing, but more setup is involved than printing standard 8 1/2 x 11 copy paper. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to print on an envelope using Microsoft Word and your inkjet or laser printer. Watch as we explain in simple, easy to follow language, tips & tricks on how to print your own envelopes at home