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JAM Paper® Blank Note Cards, 3drug size, 2 x 3.5, White, 500/box (11756574B)

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Item #: 901-372524JAM
  Model #: 11756574B
Brand: Jam Paper
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JAM Paper® Blank Note Cards, 3drug size, 2 x 3.5, White, 500/box (11756574B)
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JAM Paper® White note card fits inside a 3 drug sized envelope and is perfect for invitations, reply cards and more, sold as 500 per pack. These JAM Paper® Blank Note Cards may be small, but they surely pack a big punch! Use them for place cards, unique gift tags, and small but special thank you notes. Perfect for any occasion, holiday or event, these note cards are a bright, white color so they will always fit the bill. They are made of high-quality, 80lb paper and have a smooth finish, which provides the perfect surface to scrawl a neat note or draw a special design. They measure 2 x 3 1/2 inches so they are the size of a standard business card. These note cards are sold in boxes of 500.
  • Postcard size: 2" x 3 1/2"
  • Material: Cardstock
  • Card design: Plain
  • Card type: Flat card
  • Finish: Smooth
  • Fits inside a 3 drug envelope
  • Perfect for invitations, reply cards, announcements, thank-you notes, greeting cards, or photo cards
  • Weight: 80 lbs.
Pack Qty : 500 True Color : White Product Color Family : White Envelopes : Envelopes Included
Height in Inches : 2 Width in Inches : 3.5 Printer Compatibility : Hand Written Note Card & Postcard Type : Notecards
Paper size Filter : 2 x 3.5 Paper Finish : Smooth Stationery Theme : Business Paper Weight in Pounds : 80
Printing Paper Finish : Smooth Preprinted Greeting : Blank Brand : Jam Paper Customizable : No
Weight : 1.50 lbs. per Box

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