(Closed) Cardstock help!

posted 8 years ago in Paper
Post # 17
1561 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

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@Jane323:  I am in Troy.  I just bulk ordered paper from Michaels in Latham – if you go there, Wendy is the person to see.  Michaels def has the best selection of solid papers, and Hobby Lobby in Latham and JoAnns in the Northway Mall both have good selections too.

Post # 18
79 posts
Worker bee

I agree with Lulusmom

I work in a store that stocks Paper Source (well Waste Not Paper is actually the brand of paper they retail) and their 300lb is lovely. I would recommend that over their regular cardstocks if your program is a flat card (instead of folded) because what they have for “cardstock” is called cover paper and is lighter than most card. The 300lb is closer to a cardstock and has a really nice weight. 

We have a run-of-the mill inkjet and it handles the 300lb just fine. You just have to feed it one sheet at a time.

Post # 19
1056 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I sell Creative Memories if you are interested.  I have a website you can get cardstock paper on too in a variety of papers.

Post # 21
795 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

Thank you so much everyone for sharing! I’ve got the same dilemma going as OP…

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