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    Hi,
    I'm a new member of SitePoint and have a question. Where can I find the mailers used to send ID or membership cards inside envelopes? Typically this would be a tri-fold piece of paper with card slots cut out to hold an ID card. Is there some machine I could buy to make them myself? I've looked all over the various paper supply sites but have been unlucky so far.

    Thanks.

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    In the United States, places like Staples and OfficeDepot sell tri-fold brochures that hold a business card. Would these work for what you want to do?
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    I think business cards are slightly smaller than credit cards but that might work. I'll check it out. In the meantime if anyone has any other ideas please post them.

    Thanks!

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    All it takes is two slits in whatever backing material you want to use. Build yourself a little template, buy a razor knife, and cut slits into whatever you want at the right distance apart.

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    DIY method is cheap but if you want to look like a pro, spend the $5 / $10 on the pre made cards.

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