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Blank Church Bulletin with Tear Off Stub


Church bulletin with tear off stub.Burris Computer Forms, provider of Print-Your-Own postcards, labels and tags, announces the addition of a bulletin with detachable card (Item# Bul-DC) for use as church bulletin with visitor card, bulletin with comment card, or event bulletin with tear off stub. The applications of this unique TriFold are diverse and flexible.

Some features of the bulletin are:

  • Available on blank, printable 8 ½” x 14” sheets, with a score for easy folding and perforated, tear-off card
  • Made from matte, white, lightweight paper
  • When folded, the bulletin measures 8 1/2" x 5 1/2"
  • The detachable card measures 8 1/2" X 3"
  • Can be printed with laser or inkjet printers

Uses of the bulletin include:

  • Church bulletin with visitor card
  • Bulletin with comment card
  • Event bulletin with tear off stub
  • Mailings for non-profits or schools with detachable donation card
  • Event pamphlets with detachable registrations form
  • Library pamphlets with tear off stub
  • Concert programs with comment card
  • Play programs with comment card
  • Cafe menu and tear off coupon


Want more information on the uses of this unique product? Check out this blog post: 10 Ways to Use a Blank Bulletin with a Tear Off Stub



To request samples or see pricing, visit the Bulletin with Detachable Card product page.

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