Classic Natural Cream Solid Card Stock 165#, 8 1/2" x 11"

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  • Classic Natural Cream Solid Card Stock 165#, 8 1/2" x 11"
  • Classic Natural Cream Solid Card Stock 165#, 8 1/2" x 11"

Classic Natural Cream Solid Card Stock 165#, 8 1/2" x 11"

$10.99
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SKU: 3235-025

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The 165# Classic Natural Cream Solid is a great double thick cardstock to use for invitations and announcements. Pair it with a vellum overlay for the perfect handmade invitation. It also works great for letterpress, packaging, tags and business cards.

Please note that the 165# Classic White Cardstock paper is 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 165# Classic Natural Cream Solid is a great double thick cardstock to use for invitations and announcements. Pair it with a vellum overlay for the perfect handmade invitation. It also works great for letterpress, packaging, tags and business cards.

Please note that the 165# Classic White Cardstock paper is 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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07/22/2014
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Wonderful quality, super thick card stock. Unfortunately, I'm not able to use it. (which is my fault) I thought I would be able to print on this for my wedding invitations but Kinko's, Staples, and a local print shop are all unwilling to put this weight through their printers. I'm assuming this weight is better used for backings and not printing. Lesson learned! I had no idea big shops would have a limit on what they are willing to print with.