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JAM Paper® A9 Foil Lined Invitation Envelopes, 5.75 x 8.75, Ivory with Ivory Foil, Bulk 250/Box (532412544H)

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Item #: 901-1590102JAM
  Model #: 532412544h
Brand: Jam Paper
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JAM Paper® A9 Foil Lined Invitation Envelopes, 5.75 x 8.75, Ivory with Ivory Foil, Bulk 250/Box (532412544H)
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The JAM Paper A9 ivory foil lined envelope is optimal for dispatching your personalized messages and invitations. JAM Paper® Ivory A9 Invitation Envelopes with Ivory Foil Lining measure 5.75 x 8.75 inches in size and are made out of smooth, 24lb paper. This pack contains an even total of 250 envelopes. Each one features a light and elegant ivory color and an ivory colored foil lining on the inside. These envelopes are perfect for A9 sized invitations, greeting cards, and stationery. Use them to invite guests to formal celebrations, weddings, bridal showers, galas, graduation parties, holiday celebrations, and any other event! Each one of these envelopes has a straight flap and a reliable gum closure to keep mailed items secure in transport.
  • Ivory foil lined envelope
  • Blank interior for personalized message
  • Envelope Size: 5.75" x 8.75"
  • Paper Weight: 24 lbs.
  • Pack includes 250 envelopes
Specifications
Envelope Size : 5 3/4" x 8 3/4" Color Family : Beige Material of Item : Paper True Color : Ivory
Recycled Content (%) : 0 Height in Inches : 5.75 Post Consumer Content (%) : 0 Envelope Pack Size : 250 Per Pack
Pack Qty : 1 Envelope Type : Booklet Width in Inches : 8.75 Envelope Flap Style : Open End
Brand : Jam Paper Customizable : No
Weight : 5.00 lbs. per Pack
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