Linen Finish - eXtreme

#H7022A - C6 Scored Cards Linen eXtreme White Card 330gsm
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#H7022A - C6 Scored Cards Linen eXtreme White Card 330gsm

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Linen eXtreme Finish White Card

C6 Scored / Creased Cards - 330gsm

This card is new to our store, it is a good value Linen Type finish card.

Random Contrasting Linen Type Texture

The linen effect is a more extreme contrast and is VERY SUBTLE

It is different linen effect to our other popular H6008 linen card stock.

The Linen Texture is the same both sides of the card

(See picture of Linen eXtreme finish further down the page.)

Size: 155mm x 220mm Card - Centre Scored (See Diagram bottom of listing)

When folded front measures 110mm x 155mm

Scored Cards supplied flat (not folded)


This size is designed to fit snuggly

into a C6 Envelope - C6 Size 114mm x 162mm


Envelopes have to be purchased separately

Search for suitable envelope with following codes

There are no matching envelopes for this stock

E24CA - 80gsm plain Peel N Seal C6 envelope

E27CA - 100gsm plain Peel N Seal C6 Envelope

E26CS - 110gsm plain Peel N Seal C6 Envelope

Colour: White

Weight: 330gsm (Normal Opacity)

GSM = Grams per Square Metre and is a measure of paper density (grammage)

The GSM is not a measure of thickness but can be an indicator.

Opacity is the best indicator for thickness

• High Opacity - means it is bulky and feels thicker than the normal weight expectation.

• Low Opacity - means it is more compressed and feels thinner than the normal weight expectation.

• Normal Opacity - means it is considered consistent with the general thickness for the normal weight expectation


Most people know this type of product as scored cards.

Scored means to put indentation usually by way of a pressure mark or cut into the card to make it easier to fold.

The disadvantage of scoring is that after opening and closing the card a few times, the card can fall apart.

We use a superior process called Creasing which does not damage the fibre/grain in the card, instead it makes a gentle fold without any damage to the card stock making for a more durable card

Product Code: #H7022A

Please note the card is WHITE, the contrast has been altered to highlite the pattern and is shown relative to a Aust 10c Coin



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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 04 May, 2015.