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JAM Paper® Printable Business Cards, 3 1/2 x 2, Brown Kraft Paper Bag Recycled, 100/Pack (22128339)

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Item #: 901-1589547JAM
  Model #: 22128339
Brand: Jam Paper
JAM Paper® Printable Business Cards, 3 1/2 x 2, Brown Kraft Paper Bag Recycled, 100/Pack (22128339)
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Description
The JAM Paper 3.5" x 2" printable business cards allows you to design and print business cards on your own. JAM Paper® Brown Kraft Paper Bag Printable Business Cards are made from 100% recycled 60lb cardstock! These cards come in sheets of 10. With 10 sheets in each pack, you receive a total of 100 cards! Each one is 3.5 x 2 inches in size. Nothing is worse than ordering a new group of business cards and having them delivered with an error, or having some of the printed information change shortly afterwards. Use your printer to make your own business cards and avoid these risks! Use the freedom to represent you and your business in any way you would like! The brown color of these cards makes them perfect for businesses that encourage natural living, organic meals, and more!
  • Brown kraft printable business cards
  • Paper Weight: 65 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 3.5"W x 2"L
Specifications
Card Color : Brown Pack Qty : 100 True Color : Brown Height in Inches : 2
Width in Inches : 3.5 Paper Weight in Pounds : 65 Business & Loyalty Card Type : Business Cards Business & Loyalty Cards Pack Size : 100 Per Pack
Card Style : Custom Business Card Stickers Card Finish : Smooth Brand : Jam Paper Customizable : No
Weight : 1.00 lbs. per Pack

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