|Weights:||130 lb cover - 352 gsm|
|Printing Compatibility:||copier+ digital+ Inkjet+ Laser+ Offset|
|Ships Within:||1 Business day|
|Recycle:||Minimum 10% post consumer fiber|
$ 20.95 USD
the answer is Cougar white 130lb cover weight card stock. This sturdy discount card stock is perfect for those jobs, such as hang tags, homemade boxes, hair accessories cards, and more. If you are creating a layering card, invitation, or business card, you will find this card stock to be a great choice.
Be sure to check your individual printer specifications for printing on this heavy weight card stock. It may be necessary to take this stock to a professional printer.
Here at CutCardStock, we carry a wide variety of sizes in matching Cougar White and Natural envelopes.
Is it possible to order 2 pieces for samples
samples can be ordered on our REQUEST for SAMPLES page.
Is this paper "laser safe"? Wish to get it printed at FedEx and that is their only requirement. Thanks!
It is laser compatible, but we would recommend asking them if they can print on this heavy of a stock.
What is the point thickness?
We do not have the information concerning point thickness. But the stock is 352 gsm.
Is this available in 5x7?
We can cut your order to 5x7. Just add the card stock to your shopping cart and then add our cutting service to the order.
is this available with a gloss finish?
Cougar is not available in a gloss finish.
Is this a very bright white?
Cougar White is a bright white with a 98B.
Is this card stock in gloss finish?
This card stock has a matte finish. It is not a gloss finish.
Is this paper acid free?
All of our card stock is acid free. Most card stocks in today's market is manufactured as acid free.
can I have a sample of the Heavy WHITE Cardstock 130 lb sent to me
Please feel free to request samples here https://www.cutcardstock.com/products/request-for-samples
hi, i was hoping to reorder Cougar WHITE heavy 130 lb. 8.5x11 Card Stock @ 250 sheets and noticed its $30 more expensive than last time i ordered. is this an error?? thanks, rachel liss
Unfortunately this is the correct pricing. Manufacturers have raised their prices significantly.