Pack of 50 invitations to the Christianity Explored course which can be overprinted with your own course details.
Will overprint on both laserjet and inkjet printers.
Pack of 50 A6 invitations to the Christianity Explored course which can be overprinted with your own course details.
Fresh new design matches the new CE banner as well as a range of small, medium and large format posters.
Includes the following text:
Christianity Explored gives you time and space to consider the big questions of life and to explore the life of the person at the heart of the Christian faith - Jesus Christ.
- you don't need to know anything about the Bible.
- you won't be asked to read aloud, pray or sing.
- you can ask any question you want.
|Author||Christianity Explored, Rico Tice|
|Dimensions||105mm x 149mm|
|Publisher||The Good Book Company/CE|
The invitations look great, and make a great introduction to the course. Easy to give away. The downside is that our printing facilities couldn't handle the card thickness, and neither could the professional printing company we use. In the end we used pre-printed stickers that were very tedious to apply to each invitation. On reflection, I would probably go for the tri-fold invitation brochures next time, much more practical and gives more information.
Invitations look really good once they have been printed but a very time consuming job.... had to feed them through the printer individually. Large labels might be the best option.
Pleased with the CE invite postcards as information printed on them sums up very clearly what the course is about. We used printed labels to give specific info on dates/time/place etc. I would use again for the next course.
They look good!
Nicely laid out, and easy to set out our content, but I was unable to use these cards as they were too small to feed through our Lexmark laser printer, and they definitely will not work with (Canon) ink-jets (they are too absorbent).
The postcards look great, and have a really helpful summary of what the Christianity Explored course is about. The only downside is that because they're postcard thickness (combined with our less sophisticated printing facilities), they have to be individually hand-fed through the photocopier with lots of TLC! Once you figure out how the photocopier likes to work, it's fine!
This is of extremely high quality and very eye-catching. Definitely very useful for the personal invitation.
The only down-side to these cards is that they are a bit on the large side. Several people have commented on this and that they would be more user friendly if reduced in size.