what I find strange about these images and I noticed before, if you look closely at image four you will see the bend down the middle from where the
I believe your right about there being more pages as the original listing says, " This paper pamphlet features printed text and is bound with staples " there would only need staples if there was multiple pages.what I find strange about these images and I noticed before, if you look closely at image four you will see the bend down the middle from where the
funeral card has been opened and closed. I have made many of these over the years, and that fold/bend appears to indicate an additional page inside the program which isn't photographed.
the page on the left just seems like it holds another page under it. This could be an optical illusion from the way the prop is photographed,
though in my own experience it looks like it may have a hidden gem or sheet inside.
I'd be surprised if it did have an additional sheet in though, since most bereavement cards are A4 bi fold (A5), which tend to have a Front/Back and the two sides as seen in "IMAGE4".
Thank you for sharing as I used images from screen grabs to make mine before these were available and seen online.
That weight must be the packaging or it could be framed, a program that size weighs less than 200grams.I believe thats the size of the package it was posted in, as it also says that it is 2 inches thick and weighs 2 lbs.
DavyVO it prints best for longevity on 220gsm paper card stock, though some printers can not handle that paper stock.Here's my version of the front cover: