Linen Card Stock Paper

Linen is a semi-rough paper that emulates the look of linen cloth with slightly lifted grooves to give a textured feel. The cover stock is heavy weight 80# (216 grams/meter) and excellent for use in wedding invitations, greeting cards, postcards, announcements, report covers and business cards. The 12 x 18 Digital Linen Cardstocks are available in 100# Cardstock and are certified for Digital Printing Presses.

Double Thick Card Stock - 165# Cover (446 grams/m²)

Digital Card Stock - 100# Cover (270 grams/m²)

Heavy Card Stock - 80# Cover (216 grams/m²)

Metallic Linens

    Product Reviews - Linen Card Stock Paper

  • Muave Linen Card Stock 80#, 8 1/2 x 11

    I was pleased with the quality & texture of the paper that I will be using for my wedding programs. Looks anything but cheap! Great deal!

    - jessica T from victoria, Texas (TX)

  • Charcoal Linen Card Stock 80#, 8 1/2 x 11

    I have been desperately SEARCHING for a dark gray cardstock to match our ink on our invations. (we are using the cardstock as a backing/border.) everywhere I looked didn't have a DARK gray and I thought I was going to have to give up. Then I found paperandmore and the charcoal linen was PERFECT! the linen adds a perfect touch and I am so happy!! I will definitely be ordering this for my invites as well as my programs!!! THANK YOU paperandmore!

    - Kara from Warrensburg, Missouri (MO)

  • Natural Cream Linen Cardstock 80#, 4 Bar Card (3 1/2 x 4 7/8)

    Nice product, can't beat the price for the quality. Thank you.

    - Debra N. from Hilliard, Florida (FL)

  • Bright White Linen Card Stock 80#, 8 1/2 x 11

    I ordered the white and black linen card stock to make my wedding invites. I was VERY nervous about making my own invites because I thought they would look cheesy and that the paper would be really expensive. I was wrong! The linen cardstock that I ordered looks really professional and classy. My order was delivered right on time and the product was better than I expected....and the price was really low for such high quality paper. One warning though, I did take my linen cardstock to kinkos to be printed and the toner smeared on my invites. I had to reorder paper and print them again at home (they looked great when I printed them at home). The printing issue was with kinkos (I think that the toner did not set correctly), not as a result of the paper. I would just recommend having them run a test print before printing everything if you decide to go that route.

    - Angela B. from Omaha, Nebraska (NE)