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JAM Paper® Recycled Cardstock, 8.5 x 11, 80lb Ginger Brown, 250/box (882315B)

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Item #: 901-261028JAM
  Model #: 882315B
Brand: Jam Paper
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JAM Paper® Recycled Cardstock, 8.5 x 11, 80lb Ginger Brown, 250/box (882315B)
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JAM Paper® 8 1/2" x 11" Ginger passport recycled cardstock is perfect for greeting cards, invitations, weddings or any announcement and includes 250 sheets per pack. For environmentally friendly paper, look no further than JAM Paper® Recycled Cardstock! This thick cardstock is made of 80lb paper, so it is sturdy and reliable. Not only that, it is made of 30% post consumer content, so don't worry about ruining the environment when you use this cardstock. This particular cardstock is a Passport ginger brown color, meaning it has a sandy, rustic look to it. It is perfect to use for invitations, flyers, promotional pamphlets, letters, arts and crafts, business mailings and more! It is a standard letter size, so it measures 8.5 x 11 inches and it has a smooth finish. This cardstock is sold in packs of 250.
  • Size: 8 1/2" x 11"
  • Perfect for greeting cards, invitations, weddings or any announcement
  • Created from either 30% or 100% post consumer paper
  • Eco-conscious as well as style-savvy
  • Finish: Smooth
  • Paper weight: 80 lbs.
  • 250 sheets per ream
Specifications
Paper Type : Cardstock Color Family : Brown Pack Qty : 250 Sheet Dimension : 8.5" x 11" (US letter)
True Color : Ginger Brown Width in Inches : 8.5 Length in Inches : 11 Selling Quantity : Ream
Card Stock Paper Finish : Matte Recycled : Yes Brand : Jam Paper Customizable : No
Weight : 43.00 lbs. per Pack
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