Uncoated laser business cards. These are good for a short run of customized business cards for a meeting or expo. The uncoated nature makes the color from my color laser printer a bit muted, but they are much cheaper than the coated laser business cards. Thus I tend to use them more often for this short run purpose.
Business Cards Made Easy. I use at least a package a month. Cheaper than paying a printer to do 250 or 500 cards and then having them thrown away because a logo changes, office location changes, or the person quits. We usually print 50 at a time, it only takes a few minutes [usually while the person waits]. The only issue with ordering this item is that it does not include a Box Tops for Education coupon on it!
good color clarity. Love the great quality of the business cards. I have gotten many great remarks on the self made design that I have created. They think that I get them professionally made, then I just say Avery. I recommend them to anyone who wants to create their own designs. Cost is very minimal and do not cost as much as being professionally made.
In a pinch. Pretty solid product from Avery. Template makes it a breeze to use. Quality of the card is above average, "brightness" is sufficient. This is an ideal purchase for the wallet-conscious "do it yourselfer". Depending on how skilled you are at graphic arts, you can likely get a professional quality looking card for a fraction of the cost (and potential customers will never know the difference). Stock sheet is nice and white, the weight is nice (maybe a bit on the slim side). Overall, a reasonable cost for a professional feeling/looking card. A+
Not Just for Business Cards. I don't even own a laser printer. I use a basic H-P Ink Jet. So far, I haven't employed any of the versatile design templates - I just put my message on the first, clear white background. I center it - each line stacked neatly on top of the next. If I want info on both sides I just put it through the printer a second time (remember which side is "heads up") Say you have a brief message that you'd like 20 or 30 people to have in hand. The template makes it easy-peasy lemon squeezy.