Optimized for the highest photo print quality with a smooth front surface and the creamy, cotton texture of our Signature Paper on the back. It’s FSC-certified, carbon neutral, made from 100% post-consumer waste*, and manufactured with wind power. 137 lb., 18.0 point thickness.
* Recycled Smooth Signature Paper available for eligible products.
The thick, luxurious heritage stock that Minted has offered for over a decade, our Signature Paper has a versatile off-white hue and velvety cotton texture. It’s FSC-certified, carbon neutral, and manufactured with wind power. 130lb., 19.3 point thickness.
Add a subtle shimmer finish to your cards and a soft glow to photographs with our Pearlescent Paper. It’s made with 30% post-consumer waste and Green Seal™ Certified. 110 lb., 14.5 point thickness.
Premium 100% Recycled
Our original recycled paper is now made from 100% post-consumer waste, FSC-certified, and manufactured using a carbon-neutral process with wind power. Complete with a matte finish, it’s thick and smooth to the touch. 160lb., 17.5 point thickness.
Extra-thick and luxurious, our DoubleThick Paper is made from 100% post-consumer waste, FSC-certified, and manufactured using a carbon-neutral process with wind power. Crafted from two layers of card stock with a smooth, matte finish. 320 lb., 35 point thickness.
Our thickest paper is now FSC-certified, recycled from 100% post-consumer waste, and manufactured using a carbon-neutral process with wind power. Luxuriously crafted from three layers of paper, virtually unbendable, and complete with a smooth, matte finish. 480 lb., 52.5 point thickness.
Best of the Best
Mohawk is a family-owned business that has been dedicated to the fine art of paper making for almost a century and mills all their high-quality paper in the U.S. Our Signature Paper was carefully formulated in partnership with the experts at Mohawk to optimize for photo printing.
Committed to the Environment
In 2003, Mohawk became the first U.S. paper mill to match 100% of its electricity with renewable wind power and the first U.S. premium paper mill to shift toward carbon neutral production.