All Online Orders Ship In
3 Days or Less
Custom-printed envelopes – Made in the USA
questions? give us a call!
FREE UPS GROUND SHIPPING for first-time customers. Use Discount code FSFO
Maybe someone sprinkled fairy dust in our stockroom, but our booklet envelopes have been speaking up! For our final installment, a booklet envelope and a catalog envelope tell us how to get the most bang for your buck when ordering oversized…read more…
One of our custom tithe envelopes asked if she could have a word or two with our customers. She’s one of our favorite envelopes around here, and she heard a rumor that some churches think tithe envelopes are going the way of the barn raising. But she knows it’s just not true. In fact, quite the opposite…read more…
Call me Number 10. Perhaps you were looking for me, a humble number 10 envelope. Perhaps you found me in the back of a drawer while looking for a blue highlighter. Welcome to my world.read more…
Tithing envelopes are a many-splendored thing. Whether they’re used for weekly giving, sermon notes, or impromptu kids’ coloring books, tithe envelopes have been a staple of worshipping congregations in the U.S. for a long time. Where did this tradition come from? And how have envelopes helped?
A lot of times in business we do things without thinking why. We just know that’s how “it’s done.” But everything that’s “just done” emerges for a reason. And at the time, it’s a good one. Understand your old standard, and from there, you can be inventive. The Babylonians, for example, had a pretty good reason for covering clay tablet messages in a layer of more protective clay. Presumably, so their marketing campaigns could arrive across town intact. They didn’t know about #10 custom-printed envelopes.