Heavyweight stock used for covers of catalogs, brochures, books or business cards.
Paper of a heavy weight either coated or un-coated often used for a folders, covers, brochures and pamphlets. These cover stocks generally have improved folding characteristics.
the term for a variety of heavier weight papers used for booklet covers, brochures, etc.
Papers used for the outside covers of catalogues, brochures and booklets.
Thick paper that protects a publication and advertises its title. Parts of covers are often described as follows: Cover 1=outside front; Cover 2=inside front; Cover 3=inside back, Cover 4=outside back.
A type of paper that is heavier than bond or book papers and is used for brochures, presentation folders, business cards, and so forth.
Durable, heavier weight papers, available in a variety of finishes and colors, used for the cover of pamphlets, annual reports, business cards etc.
Heavy paper used for catalog and booklet covers. Basic sheet size is 20 x 26.
A heavier paper that adds some stability to photographs without adding bulk to your book. See cardstock.
A heavyweight paper made particularly to protect contents and outwardly represent the printed piece such as covers of brochures, books, etc.
Heavier, generally stiffer paper commonly used for book covers, folders, greeting cards, business cards, and brochures. see also text paper
A heavy printing paper used to cover books, make presentation folders, etc.
A wide variety of heavy papers that are used for the outside covers of books, magazines or other published pieces.
heavier, generally stiffer paper commonly used for book covers, folders, greeting cards, business cards, and brochures. Uncoated cover papers generally match the color and finish of corresponding text papers. The basic size of cover stock is 20" x 26".
A general term applied to a great variety of papers used for outside covers of catalogues, brochures, booklets, and similar pieces.
A term applied to a variety of papers used for the covers of catalogs, brochures, booklets, and similar pieces.
A heavier paper that adds some stability to photographs without adding bulk to your scrapbook page. Close Window
Heavier papers generally used for book covers, folders, greeting cards, business cards, brochures or anything that requires stiffness.
Category of thick paper used for products such as posters, menus, folders and covers of paperback books.
a heavyweight paper made particularly to protect inner, thinner sheets of such printed items as booklets.
A variety of heavier papers used as covers for booklets, catalogs, brochures, presentations, and other publications. Also called cover stock.
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Also called card stock, these papers are heavyweight coated or uncoated paper with good folding characteristics. Their diverse uses include folders, booklet covers, brochures and pamphlets.
Generally heavier, stiffer paper that is ideal for the outside cover of annual reports, brochures, catalogs and booklets as well as for business cards and folders. Fox River and Gilbert cover papers come in a broad range of weights, colors, finishes and textures.
Grade of paper made for covers and post cards.
A large category of papers used as a protective covering for books, pamphlets, magazines, catalogs and boxes.
A term applied to heavier-weight papers, often used to add substance to a printed piece, and for covers of catalogs, brochures, booklets, etc.