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Electron Bar Mitzvah Invitation

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Electron Bar Mitzvah Invitation

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$10.23 Each at a Quantity of 100 Per Each,
Qty of 100

SKU: RTD-FMV-L

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Card Style:
Pocket
Card Size:
6¾" x 6¾"
Paper Quality:
Medium
Printing Technique:
Matte (Flat)
Manufacturing Time:
4 days + shipping

Additional Information

The designer of this item selected:
Ink Color:
Silver

POW - talk about an invitation that packs a punch! This large square card features the Mitzvah's name on the front cover along with the date in large bold print. To reveal additional details, you open the top charcoal grey section to find not only event information, but a pocket to hold accessories.

 

The color scheme is perfect for any boy - subtle but powerful, The main foldover section of the invite features a grey background from which the matte silver ink pops.  The bottom layer is a matte black layer featuring the word TORAH pre-printed in raised black ink for a tone on tone effect.  These two sections are joined by a slim layer of our shimmering grey moonrock paper which ties the design together. 

 

The Electron Bar Mitzvah Invitation includes white envelopes. 

 

Please note:  The US Post Office requires additional postage on items that are square. 

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Flat Printing, also called lithography or offset printing, allows for greater customization than traditional printing methods. In offset printing, the ink appears to lay flat atop the paper. Using a black & white image, a plate (metal or paper) is created, the plate is then treated so that the ink adheres to the image and not the void. After that the plate is put on the press, and the image is transferred onto paper.

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