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Will this metallic card stock work well with an hP laser printer with black ink or an hP  color laser printer with purple ink, without smearing or other such problem?   Anxious bride is awaiting a response.  Thanks!

Asked by: ClaudiaK
Hi Claudia. We can't guarantee smearing or smudging won't happen with card stock, but we think you should be okay with the 65 lb options. Make sure you have a backup plan just in case. And congratulations to the bride!
Answered by: CustomerService
Date published: 2015-08-21
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Silver & Grey Cardstock

Silver & Grey Cardstock

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rs, and notes. These exceptional cardstock options are versatile enough to use for wedding essentials or for your every day note taking. With over six choices to choose from, you'll certainly find the shade that fits the occasion. Try our Dark Grey base for all professional purposes - from your resumes to your portfolios. Or go with our Silver Stardream Metallic cover to make your wedding invitations shine bright. So make it a grey day or not, the choice is yours. 

Silver Cardstock & Grey Cardstock are available in two different sizes:
- 8 1/2 x 11 (standard letter size - 80 lb options)
- 8 1/2 x 14 (legal size - 65 lb, 67 lb, and 80 lb options)

If you are using Silver Cardstock or Grey Cardstock in your home printer, be sure to know it's limits. Most home printers can print on up to 80lb thickness. Anything thicker may require feeding the cardstock manually. Also, some finishes may not be compatible with your printer. Make sure you check before pressing print! 

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