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LUX® 12" x 12" Paper, Grocery Bag Brown, 50 Sheets (1212-P-GB-50)

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Item #: 901-1984663LUX
  Model #: 1212-P-GB-50
Brand: LUX
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LUX® 12 x 12 Paper, Grocery Bag Brown, 50 Sheets (1212-P-GB-50)
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Bright and bold - Perfect for crafts, scrapbooking and any other eye-catching projects! Here you'll find the ultimate scrapbooking paper in different LUX textures & colors! These 12 x 12 sheets are a great addition to your scrapbook pages & any other projects you may be working on!
  • Comes in Grocery Bag - Paper bag brown that has an ordinary grocery sack's texture with a look that says earthy, recycled, natural, modern and fresh
  • 70lb. Text Paper
  • Dimensions: 12"L x 12"W
  • Durable and Multi-purpose Paper perfect for Scrapbooking, Projects, Presentations, Professional needs and so much more!
  • Recycled
  • 12 x 12 Paper - Grocery Bag Brown (50 Qty.)
  • The name says it. Ours even has an ordinary grocery sack's texture, weight and feel. Depending on how you use it, this unusual look says "earthy, recycled, natural, modern, or fresh".
  • 70lb. Paper Weight
  • LUX Collection
Here you'll find the ultimate scrapbooking paper in different LUX textures & colors! These 12 x 12 sheets are a great addition to your scrapbook pages & any other projects you may be working on!
Specifications
Sheet Dimension : 12" x 12" True Color : Grocery Bag Brown Width in Inches : 12 Paper Type : Color Copy
Length in Inches : 12 Number of Holes : 0 Hole Punched : No Paper Weight (lbs.) : 70
Selling Quantity : Pack Color Family : Brown Pack Qty : 50 Brand : LUX
Customizable : No
Weight : 5.00 lbs. per Box

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