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JAM Paper A2 Invitation Envelope, 4 3/8" x 5 3/4", Violet Brite Hue, 50/Pack (80252I)

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Item #: 901-1589067JAM
  Model #: 80252i
Brand: Jam Paper
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JAM Paper A2 Invitation Envelope, 4 3/8 x 5 3/4, Violet Brite Hue, 50/Pack (80252I)
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The JAM Paper A2 violet recycled envelope bears a touch of creativity while carrying your invitations or messages with utmost safety. JAM Paper® Brite Hue Violet A2 Invitation Envelopes are made out of smooth, high quality, 30% recycled 24lb paper. Each one of these envelopes measures 4 3/8 x 5 3/4 inches in size, which makes them ideal for A2 cards and stationery. This pack contains a total of 50 envelopes. To keep the contents placed inside of them secure while being transported from place to place, these envelopes have straight flaps and reliable, moisture activated gum closures. Ideal for special occasion related mailings or for business promotions, these envelopes feature a bright, bold violet purple color that will stand out anywhere!
  • Violet recycled envelope
  • Blank interior for personalized message
  • Envelope Size: 4.38" x 5.75"
  • Paper Weight: 24 lbs.
  • Pack includes 50 envelopes
Specifications
Brand : Jam Paper Color Family : Purple Customizable : No Envelope Closure : Gummed
Envelope Flap Style : Square Envelope Number : A2 Envelope Pack Size : 50 Per Pack Envelope Size : 4 3/8" x 5 3/4"
Envelope Type : Invitation Envelope Window Location : None Height in Inches : 4.38 Material of Item : Paper
Pack Qty : 1 Post Consumer Content (%) : 0 Recycled Content (%) : 30 Security Tint : Untinted
True Color : Violet Brite Hue Width in Inches : 5.75
Weight : 1.00 lbs. per Pack
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