|Item Weight||9.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11 x 8.5 x 2.1 inches|
|Item model number||80211|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||8.5 x 11 Inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||80211|
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Neenah Exact Vellum Bristol, 67 lb, 8.5 x 11 Inches, 250 Sheets, White, 94 Brightness
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- Durable cardstock semi-smooth, quick drying finish
- Performs in personal and professional print devices for medium to heavy weight applications
- 67 lb. Bristol meets USPS 7 pt. minimum requirement for business reply cards
- Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified, 30% Post-Consumer Recycled Content
- Acid-free and lignin-free for long lasting documents
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High yield cardstock for a variety of applications.
This superb, fast-drying, high yield cardstock is perfect for all medium to heavyweight applications – especially direct mail, greeting cards and business reply cards. The semi-smooth finish is a favorite of paper crafters. Exact Vellum Bristol is inkjet, laser and copier guaranteed. Available in 67 pounds /147 gsm Vellum Bristol.
Exceptional choice for artisans
Card Making, Scrapbook Pages, Paper Crafting, Art Projects, Classroom Décor, Home Accents, Table Décor, Invitations, Photo Mattes, Mini Boxes.
The backbone of many businesses
Brochures, Covers, File Folders, Manual Covers, Menus, Tab/Dividers Pages, Table Tents, Tags, Direct Mail, Inventory Cards.
Production is easy every step of the way
Print, Score, Perforate, Stamp, Tipping, Glue, Fold, Punch, Trim, Emboss.
Vellum Bristol paper, 67 lb Bristol, 94 brightness, Size 8.5" x 11", 250 sheets per pack. Resealable clear wrap package, acid free, Lignin free, laser Inkjet and copier guaranteed.
Top Customer Reviews
It's a nice bright white, smooth and with just enough good tooth for colored pencils. It also handles blending solvents VERY well. I mostly use paint thinner and Prismacolor blender marker to blend my pencil work and this paper takes several layers beautifully. In addition it's fabulous for pen and ink drawing (no bleed whatsoever) as one side is slightly smoother than the other. I usually combine pen & ink and colored pencil and the toothier side is just great for that.
I decided to try and push it and see if it could take water soluable crayons and it fell a bit short on that so I wouldn't use it for anything too wet. Overall at 5.98 for 250 sheets of darn near artist quality paper is a total steal. It's my go-to paper now and will be buying loads more.
I use a cheapy little Canon Pixma for my printing and it prints flawlessly, no jamming.
It is not the translucent plasticized cotton paper that paper-crafters think of as "vellum"; it is light cardstock. Mine came in a yellow wrapper, not the green one as in the product picture.
This paper is PERFECT for postcards.
It's the right thickness, and if you cut the paper exactly in half both directions, you have four postcards. (PRINT them first, of course.)
$7 for 250 sheets is a bargain when you compare that to paying 50 cents for cardstock copies at the local printing shop.
Everyone who actively does creative projects uses different grade, type, lbs., and brightness paper for different projects/reasons, (greeting cards, brochures, invitations, newsletters, mini place holders, etc.) I find that this paper is great for all of those creative projects. It flows easily through the printer without jamming, curling, or giving you duplicates in paper output based on thickness. The brightness is really bright, and stands out when using the right mixture of ink based on presentation. This paper can stand up/out giving your creative project the presence needed. This paper arrived securely; it was not torn, ripped, or bent. The Seller has advertised this product accurately, and I would purchase more paper from this Seller in the future. I would recommend to others who are looking for good quality Vellum Bristol paper.
Update 9/4/15: We've bought this again and I'm happy to report the quality hasn't changed.
Update 2/18/16: Bought this paper again and the quality hasn't changed.