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JAM Paper® 9 x 12 Booklet Colored Envelopes, Orange Recycled, 100/Pack (5156772c)

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Item #: 901-2478144
  Model #: 5156772C
Brand: JAM Paper
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JAM Paper® 9 x 12 Booklet Colored Envelopes, Orange Recycled, 100/Pack (5156772c)
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Description
JAM Paper® Orange Booklet Recycled Brite Hue Envelopes provide a burst of sunny energy into your stationary collection! Dispense with the dull white envelopes and spark some fun into packaging your party invitations or greeting cards. These smooth envelopes, with their straight flaps and gum closures, can protect items from falling out when they are jostled around in the mail. Each one is 9 x 12 inches and constructed from high quality 24 lb paper, which will withstand any bends or tears. And if you're an eco-friendly person, you're in luck because these envelopes are also made from 30% post-consumer paper! This pack carries 100 envelopes, a valuable amount for a small or large event.
  • Quantity: 100 Envelopes per Pack
  • Orange Envelope
  • Size: 9 x 12 inches
  • This Envelope is fashioned from high quality 28 lb paper and has a Straight Flap that is Gummed
  • Perfect for Greeting Cards, Invitations, Weddings or any announcement.
Specifications
Brand : Jam Paper Color Family : Orange Customizable : No Envelope Closure : Gummed
Envelope Flap Style : Open End Envelope Number : 9 1/2 Booklet Envelope Pack Size : 100 Per Pack Envelope Size : 9" x 12"
Envelope Type : Booklet Envelope Window Location : None Height in Inches : 12 Material of Item : Paper
Pack Qty : 1 Security Tint : Untinted True Color : Orange Width in Inches : 9
Weight : 4.80 lbs. per Pack
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