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Neenah Cardstock, 8.5″ x 11″, Heavy-Weight, White, 94 Brightness, 300 Sheets (91437) & Scotch Thermal Laminating Pouches, 8.9 x 11.4 -Inches, 3 mil thick, 100-Pack (TP3854-100) 300 Sheets Cardstock + Laminating Pouches

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Heavy-weight card stock; for everyday and special occasion use
300 sheets of cardstock
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Ideal for use in inkjet and laser printers, and copiers with no bleed through
8.9 in x 11.4 in for letter size documents
Photo safe*
100 per package
Great for signs, schedules, certificates, kids artwork, and more

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13 reviews for Neenah Cardstock, 8.5″ x 11″, Heavy-Weight, White, 94 Brightness, 300 Sheets (91437) & Scotch Thermal Laminating Pouches, 8.9 x 11.4 -Inches, 3 mil thick, 100-Pack (TP3854-100) 300 Sheets Cardstock + Laminating Pouches

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  1. A. Murphy

    I bought the 75 sheet pack of 65lb cardstock several times for many craft uses, from cards to party decorations. It is thick, useable in my printer and overall a great product. I have no complaints about that product. HOWEVER, I bought the 300 pack of 90lb cardstock and I AM EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTED. This is the same thickness as my cheap copy paper I bought at a fraction of the price at my local drugstore. I still have some of the 65 lb cardstock and the 90lb is MUCH THINNER AND LIGHTER than the 65lb paper. This makes absolutely NO sense. I am extremely disappointed. Also, the 90lb package (the kind that comes in the yellow packaging) arrived damaged. The pack was open, packaging was torn, and a dozen or so pages were bent at the corner.Read more

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  2. InformedConsumer

    Not sure what all the questions and confusion are about. It’s cardstock. The same thing you can buy at Walmart, or Office Depot to Staples. It’s what teachers print their games and activities and such on then laminate. It’s much heavier than construction paper and lighter than poster board. It’s the weight of a greeting. Of course it can be used in a printer. But if folks are searching for cardstock then I’d assume you know what it is. Which is why I’m wondering why their are negative reviews and questions about what it is and how it can be used. It’s white cardstock. Standard paper size. And a good price especially since it’s delivered.Read more

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  3. Justa Consumer

    I ordered 65lb colored cardstock and 90 lb white cardstock, and this 90lb cardstock feels like copy paper next to the 65lb. I thought it was defective, but after seeing some of the other reviews…I don’t know. Obviously, it’s a problem. I returned it and am going to get a different brand. ETA: I needed to know why. I found out that Neenah sells white cardstock as 90lb~163gsm, or 110lb~199gsm. They sell colored cardstock as 65 lb~176gsm. This means that 65lb colored is thicker than 90lb white, which still feels like fraud. If lb is the prominent method to describe thickness, then use it as advertised! This is obviously a bate and switch and it’s not okay.Read more

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  4. Dan Clark

    Lightweight paper. Much too thin for multimedia and custom greeting cards. I looked at the weight (90 Lb) and not the GSM (163) rating. When I compared this to the 60 Lb cardstock I had purchased from Red River Paper, I noticed that the Red River cardstock was much stiffer and thicker than this paper. When I called Red River this morning, they told me that their 60 Lb cardstock was typically 230 GSM. And they have cardstock up to 330 GSM. I.e. good for making cards. They have something like 24 different surfaces in multiple weights in sizes from 4X6 to 27X25. When I had purchased Red River paper several years ago, my focus is was on photography. Now I see that they have added a whole range of papers that could work well for paper art (including cardstock). What is very nice is that they can provide sample kits with multiple samples per kit. I ordered 8 kits to see what would work well with stamping, ink blending, etc. So… For the second time in two days, I returned Neenah paper. Dan.Read more

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  5. LM

    Usually I make all my paper roses/flowers from card stock I buy in packets from Walmart, BUT it’s always a hassle to have to go in store. Especially when they’re sold out (I use either the pastel or the rustic color packet, no preference) Sometimes, I’d get my card stock from Michael’s when they have a sale but again, it’s a hassle going there. I decided to take a chance on this pack, since it’s SUCH a good deal and I’m SO happy I did! This card stock is a lot softer than the one from Walmart, so it’s easier to cut and it still holds up VERY well and it also absorbs spray paint beautifully! (I spray paint my roses). Moving forward, this is the only card stock I’ll be purchasing for my flower making needs, I highly recommend to any crafters out there! Side note, it’s also great to print on:) I’ve recently printed some Alice in Wonderland character images and they look wonderful:)Read more

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  6. PinkPianist

    I purchased this because it was advertised as 110 lb cardstock, and I received “90 lb.” There is nothing heavyweight about this paper at all. It’s basically normal printer paper. I own 80lb paper from a different company that is thicker than this!Read more

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  7. KJ

    This is my go-to for layering. It isn’t thick enough to stand alone for greeting cards, but I didn’t buy it to use as actual “cardstock.” I use it as sturdy paper, which can be run through the printer, cuts nicely, and peels off the cutting board easily. Thin enough to stick on cards as a second layer. I print or print-then-cut, or cut then watercolor the shapes of this white cardstock, then add to mixed media or greeting cards. Best when regular paper is too thin, such as when cutting on a machine or using markers, but when thick cardstock is to thick. Economical and reliable.Read more

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  8. Mamma

    I ordered this paper for a hair bow business I have, to print my logo and hold the bows when they are ordered/shipped. I recieved the paper in the usual fast Amazon speed, which is always nice. However, the paper is an entirely different story! One end of the ream of paper was ripped open, then taped closed with 2 sheets of paper being stuck to the tape. Since one entire end was open there was significant damage to the paper, and the packaging for the ream was so loose it was obvious paper was missing. I counted the paper twice and out of the 300 sheets I should have had, I only had 285. I read this happened in a few other reviews but I was hoping it was a fluke, but it seems like it is not, unfortunately, and this is how these reams are shipped.Read more

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  9. lhills

    I really don’t like writing negative reviews but… First off it came already ripped open. Fine that was not that big of deal, just weird. Second, the description says it is heavy which in my mind meant it was pretty sturdy it definitely is NOT very thick I would say it’s like 2 regular printer papers thick. It’s thinner than a recipe card and quit flimsy. I would not purchase again. I right for sure because of the great reviews it would be just fine and I ignored the few negative reviews because I just figured they were just being whiney. Well, they were right.Read more

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  10. tigermousecat

    This card stock was thinner than expected. Have 60lb and 80lb that is much heavier than this is. Don’t think I can use it for cards due to thinness. Will work for my other projects.Read more

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  11. Rebecca

    I’m here to echo all the reviews that say this paper is NOT 90 lb weight. It is VERY THIN. I have a lot of paper and I compared the weights. This is thinner than most of my patterned paper and it is nothing like my cardstock that’s 65 lb or 80 lb. I’m returning it. Neenah paper is recommended for colouring with certain markers, so I might give another type a chance.Read more

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  12. RosemarieMenassas

    Great for coloring images with Copics, but not as heavy as I thought it would be when marketed as heavy weight. Was more like 65 lb. weight Card stock. Smooth texture made stamping and coloring easy. Definitely would order again.Read more

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  13. P

    For heavy weight card stock this is very thin. Even thinner than the usual 65 pound stuff I get from Michaels. The package was torn when I received. Two packages of paper were shipped in one box that was too big. The box was ripped open and one package of paper was completely ripped open and all out in the box.Read more

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