Order Samples: $0.50 per 1 Sheet
This translucent vellum paper is perfect for wedding stationery (maps, programs), overlays, favors and anything else you can think of. Also excellent for rubber stamping.
The cards can be optionally paired with the items below.
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We can print your design files with our printing service. We'll take care of all the alignment and cutting. The cost of printing includes the cost of the cardstock as well.
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Fantastic Vellum Cardstock
I have vellum paper but just learned of vellum cardstock. I decided to give it a try. When I received the vellum cardstock, I was very pleased with the product. It's quite sturdy for vellum, the color is nice and bright and the quality is as expected from Paperandmore, outstanding! I wanted to see how it held up being embossed and it held up wonderfully. No holes. I did make an adjustment with shims in the machine, but overall, great results.
#36 Vellum....absolutely beautiful!
Vellum was perfect when paired with the metallic backing card...added a ribbon with an embellishment and I have beautiful wedding programs! They printed very well with my inkjet printer. Will definitely be using this vellum again.
This vellum paper is the best. Plus they have the best prices. Trust me I shopped around to find the best. I love the quality of the paper it's so nice. THANK YOU PAPER AND MORE!!!!
Not what I had expected
I bought the heavy vellum paper for my wedding invitations and unfortunately I can't recommend them. I tried 3 different printers (ink jet and toner printers) and the print looks soaky on all of them. On the toner printer the ink started breaking and the colors just don't look right. I will go and spend money on an additional pack of vellum paper - this time the a lighter version.
Good vellum, but not quite white
The vellum is really nice, it is a good thickness. I used it to make business cards, it worked perfect. I printed on it with a laser printer on its hottest setting and you can't even scratch the ink off. The only problem I have is that the vellum was not as white as I was expecting.