Business cards ink jet

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High quality, heavyweight cardstock; Ten 2" x 3 1/2" cards on an 8 1/2" x 11" sheet; 200 cards per pack; Design and print your own professional-looking business cards ...

Present a professional appearance with these premium business cards ; Also perfect for personal contact cards , loyalty cards , gift tags and more

05.04.2017  · : Avery Business Cards for Inkjet Printers, Matte, White, Pack of 25 (10 cards /sheet) 2" x 3 1/2" : Business Card Stock : Office Products

Create personal or professional looks with printable glossy business cards. Use your imagination and design unique do-it-yourself individualized glossy business cards with your brand on our 80lb or 65lb photo gloss blank business card stock. 

Glossy White Business Cards have a photo quality finish and can be designed with your inkjet or laser printer. Photo Gloss Business Cards are commonly used for calling cards,  floral cards, gift tags, social media contact and photographers.

Our printable glossy blank business cards are available in inkjet or laser. Printable white business card stock is available with a smooth finish for your inkjet or laser printer. Convenient for small runs of personalized business cards in which your information changes frequently.

Both our 80lb and 65lb blank gloss business card stock packages include 25 sheets which yield 250 total and are available in bright white. 80lb glossy business cards are a heavy weight durable thickness cardstock which you can print on for corporate information to hand out at meetings or for networking. 65lb Gloss business cards are a lighter weight standard thickness card stock which you can print on for personal use, appointments and basic marketing needs. In some cases, an inkjet printer will need to take a lighter weight card in order to feed in correctly. If this is the case with your personal desktop printer then this is the way to go.