Classic Natural Cream Solid Card Stock 100#, 11" x 17"

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  • Classic Natural Cream Solid Card Stock 100#, 11" x 17"
  • Classic Natural Cream Solid Card Stock 100#, 11" x 17"

Classic Natural Cream Solid Card Stock 100#, 11" x 17"

$24.99
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SKU: 3179-03-050

Quantity per Pack: 50 Sheets

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The 11" x 17" 100# Classic Natural Cream is a great card stock to use for invitations and announcements. Pair it with a vellum overlay for the perfect handmade invitation.

Please note that the 100# Classic Natural Cream Cardstock is a extra heavy weight cardstock and is not compatible with most home printers. Please check your printer manual if you are considering printing directly onto the card stock or have it printed at a local print shop.

The 11" x 17" 100# Classic Natural Cream is a great card stock to use for invitations and announcements. Pair it with a vellum overlay for the perfect handmade invitation.

Please note that the 100# Classic Natural Cream Cardstock is a extra heavy weight cardstock and is not compatible with most home printers. Please check your printer manual if you are considering printing directly onto the card stock or have it printed at a local print shop.

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02/12/2013
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Order and used for wedding invites. Printed at a local FedEx Office, who recommended paper and more for what we were looking for. They said it ran smoothly and didn't jam at all, which apparently happens a lot with other paper from other places. Overall the color was just what we wanted. Couldn't be happier with the quality of the paper and the way that the images came out printed on it. The paper is nice and smooth so there were no blotchy areas where the ink didn't "fuse".