Paper, Products & Capabilities
If you need custom printing, cutting, tinting and additional finishing features added to your envelopes, we will get the job done. Backing our topnotch envelopes is our proven process to customize and deliver a quality finished product.
Seven standard paper choices, along with recycled products & different print/finish capabilities.
Our envelope creation and customization services include more standard paper options than most vendors in the market. Our services also include recycled paper and product options, advanced printing technology and custom printing, as well as custom envelope add-ons like metal clasps and latex seals during the finishing process.
At Envelopes Only, our customer service team will walk you through the start-to-finish customization and ordering process. Give us a call, and we will start your custom order today!
Envelopes Only displays 7 different types of standard paper including, White Wove, Color Wove, Recycled Papers, Brown Kraft, Gray Kraft, Manila, and Tyvek.
We offer a variety of grades and finishes that range from 30% to 100% post consumer waste and 30% to 100% recycled content.
Envelopes Only uses Jet Litho, Flat Sheet Litho, and Flexo Printing to provide high quality, full color printing.
Envelopes Only finishing include Regular Gum, Latex Seal, Peel and Seal, String and Button, Metal Clasp, Poly Wrap, Flush Cut, Thumb Cut, and Hole Drill.
Selecting the best paper for your unique envelope needs is one of the most important decisions in the selection and order customization process. Unlike many vendors that offer a small selection of standard paper, Envelopes Only provides our customers with a range of seven different standard paper options. This includes white wove, color wove, recycled, brown Kraft, gray Kraft, manila and Tyvek.
Each of our standard paper options works best for certain applications. So, understanding the way each of these papers will perform for your different use cases is important for making a final paper decision. Our customer service team will walk you through the durability, texture, ink rendering and other considerations for each of the paper choices.
An adhesive applied to the flap of the envelope in order to create a seal.
This method of sealing has a strip of latex on each flap and is pressed together to form an instant bond.
One of the most secure ways to seal an envelope; peel away the release tape from the flap to reveal a strip of latex and press down to form an instant bond.
A type of envelope closure that has two round disks riveted to the seal flap and body of the envelope. The two disks are joined by a string twisted in a figure eight.
Used for easy access, a clasp envelope is sealed with a metal clasp that can be easily folded.
Add a protective layer that safeguards valuable goods during the shipping process. They come in a variety of styles, sizes, and materials from popular office supply brands.
A full range of die cutting services are available. Envelope without flap. Face and back are same height.
Small rounded cutouts in top of envelope. Three types are used; through face and back, through face or through back. Usually used in envelopes without a seal flap.
Single or multiple holes can be drilled into sheets, cards, or envelopes. These are typically used on interdepartmental mail envelopes to verify whether the envelope is empty or not. A wide range of sizes are available.
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