A CARDSTOCK OF HEAVY WEIGHT The smoothest texture we offer for stunning and professional everyday projects is found in this heavyweight white index cardstock. A new online exclusive, the 300 count Neenah Cardstock has more sheets than ever
The perfect project for any day-to-day need The smooth surface of this cardstock makes it ideal for documents, flyers, brochures, calligraphy, hand lettering, and craft projects
PERFORMANCE OF PREMIUM PRINT With high-quality printing, you can create crisp prints In terms of color reproduction and jam-free You can enjoy bleeding-edge results for free You get a double free You can print double-sided on our cardstock in copiers, inkjets, and laser printers Plus it is lignin-free and acid-free Over time, the yellowing will be reduced
This item works great with NEENAH's other products Depending on the impact you want, either mix and match Neenah Cardstocks or pair it with Astrobrights Color Paper and Colored Cardstock.
Questions & Answers
I want to make envelopes out of this paper, is it easy to fold?
As an envelope maker I use regular #80/80lb Cover Stock quite often, but here I have switched over to #110/110lb Index Stock, which is lighter in weight than regular Cover Stock. When comparing cover stocks (cardstock), try to get the "gsm" of each one you are comparing if you are not familiar with all of the options. Comparing weights in that way is the only method true to comparison. There are 199gsm in this index cardstock, which is approximately the weight of The top layer was then reinforced with 3 layers to make it more durable). Whenever possible, be sure to score them first. Scoring prevents your folds from cracking and makes them look more There are some regular #80 cover stocks that crack a little bit even after scoring (especially metallic, foiled or coated stocks). Depending on whether you fold with or against the grain (the direction of the fibers in the paper), it will depend on how you fold It is more likely that you will crack the paper if you fold it against the grain. Even if scored, anything with a weight of about 216 gsm (#80/80lb regular cover stock) or more will probably crack. It may be of help to you.
Can you use watercolor with it?
You don't need to worry about it being heavy. There is no way that 110 lbs can be in there.
This product has a glossy look and feel to it, right?
I would have to say that it is It has been useful to print out certificates of achievement.
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Selected User Reviews For Neenah White Index, Heavyweight Cardstock, 300 Sheets, 110 lb/199 gsm, 94 Brightness, 8.5" x 11" - MORE SHEETS! (91635)
110 lb cardstock is not true 110 lb The Neenah Solar Crest 110lb heavyweight coverstock and the Stampin' Up heavyweight cardstock are two of the heavyweight stock I have purchased in the past
Although I believed this would be the same in weight, it is not! I will be able to make my cards out of it, but it would not be a good Had I known that before I bought a few remnants, I would not have purchased them. I am going back to the store to shop. It's a fact that you'll need to purchase the coverstock if you're looking for true heavyweight cardstock.
| Jan 05, 2021
As described, but not as stated
A damaged product was received. It had been opened, some of it was used, it was taped up, and it was A total of about 30 pages were missing. In the package was a bundle of hair. Due to the paper's loose packaging, many of the corners of the paper were damaged. There was also too much room to move around where there were missing pages. It is not something I will.
| Jan 25, 2021
The Classic Crest 110# is better than this one, but it's not a replacement
This is what I use to make cards. Neenah Classic Crest solar white cardstock in the past in both 80# and 110# thickness. This is not as good as the 110# cardstock that is more expensive. It would be better compared with an 80# weight cardstock. There is a great deal of smoothness to it and it is easy to stamp. When compared to what you would find at a big box craft store, it's a great product. It is not suitable for blending techniques or water, but it is a good product nonetheless. In general I don't use it for card bases, as I prefer a firmer foundation than this offers, but I really like it for things like this that I'd normally use classic Crest 80#.
| Feb 24, 2021
There is no longer a 110lb weight limit
They used to send actual cardstock, but now they send printer paper. Perhaps there has been a change in this product. The paper isn't close to 110 pounds, it's closer to 60 pounds. Coming back to the States.
| Mar 01, 2021
I STRONGLY advise you to NOT use 110 lb paper
This review shattered any expectations I had about the paper based on reading My purpose for buying it for some cheap, sturdy paper to draw on was to replace regular copy paper I used to use. However, it most certainly would not qualify as 110 lb paper even though it is relatively sturdy for drawing purposes. Whenever I am working on a serious artwork project, I use 100 lb Strathmore Bristol paper, which is much more durable In any case, it would be better if they just didn't offer the option of 110 lb paper, since that is not what you'll simply get, despite what the packaging says. It only has 300 sheets, but it should last me quite a while. Aside from saving me money, it will also save me from having to buy sketchbooks for.
| Jul 03, 2021
Search for more information There is no point in paying for I have never had such a bad experience with card stock
I've never seen paper that thin before. It's not even quality to be used like index cards. There is a bend in one corner of the entire package. The sheets are every corner bent, so every sheet bends in a single direction. The only purpose for this is to play three-on-three Preschool projects or projects for children under 5 years old. The paper is too thin to work for ANY of my projects, so I've never printed on it.
| Feb 26, 2021
I think this is a fantastic paper! The following has been updated It has been one week since I received the cardstock, and I have already printed artsy papers and print your own journal kits that I purchased online, and the paper is wonderful
I would certainly use this product Thank you so much! I am very happy with this It is so much better than using heavy cardstock from Walmart. I have used 110 pound cardstock for a long time and it does not compare to this. I truly love this paper. I am so glad I bought this paper. The stack is almost 4 inches thick and the papers are perfect. There is just as much weight here. If people say they don't feel like it's heavy as it says, does that mean to say it's really as heavy as it claims? I watercolored on this cardstock last night and it held up great. All I know about this paper is it feels like my other 110# paper. Paint brush strokes onto a piece of paper without it flaking off For some artistic endeavors, there is no better material than good paper. It is just not something I have tried yet, though I print out journal stuff on cardstock all the time. Once I have completed the update, I will try to post it.
| Apr 07, 2021
A paper that feels super smooth The only purpose for which I purchased these was to make cards
When used with alcohol makers, it performs a remarkable job of coloring as well as blending ink. Thick enough to be used for cards, yet super smooth. Although a little thinner than watercolor paper, this card stock can still be used to cut out or as a base for cards.
| Jun 22, 2021