Post # 1
So, I know you would think this is something that could be solved with a simple Google search, but I am having the hardest time finding exactly 4 x 6 cardstock in a 110 pound or 300 gram weight.
Anyone been able to find a good source online?
Post # 3
It’s always going to be cheaper to get 8.5×11 sheets/ream and cut them down yourself with a paper cutter. A little more work? Yes, but then you’ll have plenty of paper for all your printing needs and a paper cutter for future projects. With a coupon from the paper, you can get a decent fiskars cutter from Joann’s or Michael’s for $10!
Post # 4
The problem is my epson printer can only do full bleed on certain sizes. So unless I hit 4 x 6 inches perfect, it won’t work.
Post # 5
I ordered all our paper from anchorpaper.com I got it all pre-cut and it ended up cheaper than if I had gone and gotten my own and cut it myself. They have some of the best customer service I’ve found and have really enjoyed working with them (wedding & other paper needs)
Post # 6
@runsyellowlites: Thanks this is perfect! Which paper did you end up going with?
Post # 7
I actually got quite an assorment since I got all the paper for all of our paper products from them, but didn’t need anything that heavy.
I got quite a few different samples as well through my shopping and there wasn’t anything that I was just set against so I think any of the brands they carry are pretty good.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for exactly on the site then just email their customer service. They are super quick to respond and they helped me find something that fit for what I needed. I loved working with them so much that there have been times that I actually wished I needed to order paper just so I could correspond with them (I know that’s kinda weird, but they were SO helpful. lol)
Post # 8
I second Anchor Paper!
I contacted them and actually worked out what type of paper I’d need. I ordered Curious Mandarin for my mattings (80lbs), pre-cut into the specific size, as well as Neenah Solar White (110lbs), which is for my program fans.
If you send them an email, they are pretty quick to respond. If you know the color (and texture) you’d want, you can ask them to recommend what type by your project.
Post # 9
I am pretty sure you can order unlined 4 x 6″ notecards- I know we have some at the school I work at. Try an office supply- Staples, WB Mason, etc.? 🙂