Colors provide just enough contrast to boost any ink color's visibility. Cardstock is thick enough to prevent bleeds from felt and ink pens alike. Color variety makes them a popular pick for organization projects and thesis writing. Backed by a satisfaction guarantee.
Colors are a bit darker than some expected.
Quality cardstock that isn't flimsy or opaque. Precision cut for uniform stacking and filing. Red ruling lines are visible, even on hot pink cards. Capable of running through office printers without jamming them. Cards arrive presorted by color.
Mixed reviews regarding the card thickness. Occasional shipping issues.
Classic design for traditionalists. Cards are sturdy enough to stand up when folded in half. Holds most inks well without bleeding. Unlike other jumbo packs, the lines on these cards are all crisp without any smears. Best option if you need to buy in bulk.
Cards are tightly bundled, so many of them end up sticking together.
Slightly thicker than other index cards, these hold up well and won't bleed with thick markers. Size is ideal for name cards or projects. Many teachers report they're large and bright enough to aid in labeling items for preschool or kindergarten classrooms.
Pretty expensive, so they're not ideal if you intend to use new cards on a daily basis.
Blank on both sides to allow for plenty of drawing. Cardstock won't bleed with thin felt-tip markers or highlighters. Same size as standard photos, so they're often used to reinforce picture frames. Often used for arts and crafts. Popular pick for speech or presentation cards.
Cards bend and crease more easily than smaller index flash cards.
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