If you are looking for a card stock, it is very nice for you to use black card stock because, it is elegant looking and also perfect for making business cards. Manufacturers describe paper in several ways: using point sizes that measure the thickness of a single sheet in thousandths of an inch and by basis weight, a measurement in pounds of the weight of 500 sheets of the standard size of the paper. The size of different types of paper is not always consistent, however, making comparisons by basis weights complicated. Many manufacturers consider the International Organization for Standardization paper industry standard the most consistent way to compare paper weights. The ISO measures weight in grams per square meter. Using this measurement system makes it much easier for customers and manufacturers to recognize card stock and compare various types of paper. Card stock, sometimes called cover stock, refers to a range of fairly thick and heavy paper weights used in scrap booking, mounting surfaces for framing, and making business cards. The main features that distinguish a sheet of card stock are weight, fiber, color, finish, and size. Of these, weight sets card stock apart from other types of paper and manufacturers often use it for labeling different products.
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