Rustic Notecards for Guests

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Hello~ Our handcrafted notecards would be a great addition to your lobby or gift shop. Guests are typically anxious to share their experience with their close friends and family. And what a better way, than with these unique cards that you can offer to them.
Most of our commerical clients sell the cards at $4.00 - $5.00. We can provide you with a Wholesale Sampler Pack or individual sets of cards of your choice. Please refer to our website for design and pricing details.
 
Thank you,
Jill Davis

www.RusticElegancePaperie.com

 

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10/07/2008

 Why would we sell these cards? Because we have people stay with us? I guess I don't understand. I know, this is just another website you have hit to try to sell the cards...

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04/03/2011

 

 I wouldn't think anyone would buy a card, even a postcard, anymore. Many of our guests tell us they facebook or text their friends about where they are staying. Why buy a paper product? And a stamp?

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09/29/2011

Scrapbookers like the postcards. I need to get some more. I go through around 150/year. I also find our 'welcome' notecards missing because it has a picture of the inn. Scrapbookers, again. But, no one pays for these, they just take them.

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04/02/2010

Thats why I don't charge for mine i see it as them paying to post out my advertising

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06/02/2008

the cards are pretty but there is very little info on your website. 

two of the pages go nowhere.  that really needs work. 

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05/30/2008

She shows a link:    http://www.etsy.com/shop/rusticelegancestyle , but on her site,  it's not an active link.    I think posting here was a little premature.   You need to get your internet ducks in a row first.

The cards are quite nice,  but a little pricey for a B&B's everyday use.

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10/22/2011

They look nice.  The cost is to much.  We have tried selling this type of stuff before.  Maybe 1 in 20 guests might pick it up and  look at it.  Then when they see the price they put it down.  Nice, but to much to spend for something that will just sit on the shelf!  Just my view!

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