What is the paper weight of Stampin Up cardstock?
Stampin’ Up! s cardstock is 80-90# “cover’ weight text paper which is what most of us for our card bases, boxes, embellishment and even paper layering.
Is scrapbook paper the same as cardstock?
Though some cardstock papers can (and do) have patterns, they are a bit different than patterned scrapbook paper. Cardstock is typically heavier and thicker than patterned paper, tends to have more texture, and is more likely to be embossed.
What is white card stock?
The 8-1/2-inch x 11-inch white card stock is the traditional letter size, which makes it ideal for use in either home or business printers and copiers.
What GSM is Stampin Up cardstock?
What is the weight of the Stampin’ Up! cardstock?
|Stampin’ Up! Product||Basis Weight|
|Lightweight Designer Series Paper||100-110 gms|
|Designer Series Paper||145-160 gsm|
|Card Stock||200-240 gsm|
|Thick Card Stock (available in Whisper White and Very Vanilla)||250-280 gsm|
What GSM is Stampin Up DSP?
100lb text weight paper or 145-160gsm – this is your standard Designer Series Paper (dsp) and is also great for layering on your projects and making embellishments from it.
What can be a substitute for cardstock?
Cereal boxes are a little thicker than cardstock. It will work fine but make smaller folds harder to do.
What type of paper is scrapbook paper?
Plain Cardstock The most common type of scrapbook paper used is Cardstock. This is a heavy-weightprint media that comes in many colors. You will be amazed to hear that Cardstock comes in every single color that exists in this world. That means you will never run out of colors and can create endless design ideas.
Can you put cardstock in a printer?
Generally, home printers are able to handle 80-pound or 10-point cardstock – any thicker, and the paper may jam. (Think of business cards, which are often printed on slightly shiny cardstock.) Coated cardstock is harder on which to print because the ink doesn’t absorb into the paper the way it does with uncoated stock.
What are cardstock papers?
Card stock, also called cover stock and pasteboard, is paper that is thicker and more durable than normal writing and printing paper, but thinner and more flexible than other forms of paperboard.
What is 80 lb card stock?
80 lb card stock is a type of paper that is usually thicker and stronger than most common printing paper. It is also referred to by names like “pasteboard”, “paper stock” or “paperboard”. At Printivity, we generally refer to “80 lb card stock” as 80 lb cover.