What is card stock?
Turn your vision into reality with paper that sets your design apart. Sometimes spelled "cardstock", this type of paper is thicker than regular copy/print sheets, yet thinner and more flexible than cardboard, giving your project a more substantial feel without making it too stiff and bulky. You can create wedding invitations that truly sparkle with crisp, white card stock; make business cards that pop using colored card stock in a bold, bright hue that matches your brand; and collect all your family memories in a scrapbook accented with multicolor card stock in a rainbow of vibrant hues. Thanks to the high-impact feel, this type of paper can work well for a variety of personal and business projects.
What are the key features of card stock?
Whether you're showing your gratitude with a personalized card or creating brochures for a special event, the card stock you choose should fit your printer as well as your project. Just like copy paper, most types of card stock work with laser printers, inkjet printers or both. Look for the paper weight to find the thickness you need, with features like fade resistance to help you get the most out of each sheet. With sizes for posters and invitations alike and a host of hues to choose from, it can be easy to keep your storage bin stocked and ready for your next big idea.