The cheerful colors in this stationery collection will add a touch of beauty to every note. The perfect gift for Mother's Day, birthdays, graduation, teacher gifts and holidays.
· Flat note cards with classic rounded corners
· Collection includes 15 green apple note cards, 15 white note cards, 15 purple note cards · 45 blank, unlined white envelopes
· Premium 100 lb. heavy cover stock
· Size 6.25” x 4.5” · Printed in raised black ink with your choice of typesetting
· Optional envelope lining and/or printed return address
· Packaged in an elegant gift box
Sample shown with Stacked Name personalization.
Sample shown with Block Monogram personalization and option Flamingo lining.
Sample shown with Stacked Name personalization and optional Colorful Blossoms lining.
Sample shown with Script Monogram personalization and optional Large Blooms lining.
Order by 5/31/2018
at 11:59 p.m. CST.
Sale price reflects discount.
May not be combined with other offers.
About Paper Weight
There are two elements that go into determining Paper Weight:
1) The TYPE of paper stock (ex. BOND, TEXT or COVER)
2) The WEIGHT of paper stock (ex. 60 lb, 130 lb, etc.)
Note, just because an item has a higher weight doesn't mean it's thicker.
Example: 100 lb. Text stock is actually lighter than 80 lb. Cover stock.
Examples of use:
Bond stocks are often used for note pads.
Text stocks are often used for note pads, Post-It® notes, light-weight note cards, and medium-weight note cards.
Cover stocks are often used for medium-weight note cards, heavy-weight note cards, holiday cards, business cards and invitations.
Board stocks are similar to cover stocks except they are available in much heavier weights. At 60 pt., board stock is extremely rigid and thick, similar to the cover of a harcover book.
To compare paper stocks, view the TYPE and the WEIGHT.
You can see the lightest weight stocks fall under the BOND column and the heaviest weight stocks fall under the COVER column.
Further information for paper enthusiasts
So, why isn't 80 lb. Text the same weight as 80 lb. Cover?
While the weight in pounds for most paper types is based on the total weight of 500 sheets, the dimensions of each individual sheet may vary for different TYPES of paper stock.
For example, Text stock is weighed based upon 25" x 38" sheets, while Cover stock is weighed based upon 20" x 26" sheets.
Due to manufacturing differences in paper, not all papers of the same type and weight will feel the same.
Due to the font size chosen and/or the amount of text entered on each line, we have dynamically resized your text to proportionally fit the available imprint area.