We find that a wide variety of customers from professional photographers to the occasional home printer find on-demand greeting card printing to be cost effective, convenient, and more personal compared to store bought greetings.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 21, 2009
The explosion of digital photography along with the desire to save money has made creating photo note cards at home increasingly popular. Printed on a home inkjet printer, a glossy custom greeting card costs less than $1.00 including paper, ink, and envelope. Compared to store bought note cards, this represents a three-fold savings.
To meet this growing demand, Red River Paper, a Dallas based specialty paper company, recently introduced Pecos River Gloss inkjet greeting card paper.
Pecos River Gloss is a high gloss photo inkjet paper compatible with today's dye and pigment based inkjet printers. The glossy side of Pecos is coated with a new hybrid cast coating capable of accepting inks from Epson, Canon, and HP printers. The back of the sheet is plain paper, which is suitable for printing text, light graphics, or writing with a standard pen or pencil.
Drew Hendrix, Vice President of Red River Paper notes, "We find that a wide variety of customers from professional photographers to the occasional home printer find on-demand greeting card printing to be cost effective, convenient, and more personal compared to store bought greetings."
The new Pecos River Gloss comes in a number of popular pre-scored note card sizes as well as 4x6 and 5x7 sheets for snapshot and post card printing. The new paper and a variety of other inkjet greeting card papers are available at Red River Paper's Inkjet Greeting Card website
Red River Paper was founded in 1997 and has become a trusted supplier of premium photographic inkjet papers to a wide variety of customers around the world. The company offers products that match or exceed retail brand quality with a savings as much as 40%.
If you'd like more information about Pecos River Gloss, go to http://www.redriverpaper.com/press.
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