WHAT PAPER TO USE?
I suggest printing on a heavy, white card stock (70, 110 lb.)
You can find card stock at an office supply store or craft store.
If you don't have a home printer, use some print services as Kinkos,
Staples, Walgreen's, Office Depot, Office Max, Walmart,
Costco or online at Vistaprint and Snapfish.
CARD STOCK PAPER:
is GREAT FOR ALL CARDS, BOXES, BAGS, TAGS...
LIGHT-WEIGHT PAPER FOR:
WRAPPERS / TEA BAGS / CUPCAKE TOPPERS / ENVELOPES / INSERTS / NOTEPADS / STATIONERY SHEETS...
Printer paper is light-weight paper, I often use it.
But the better the paper, the better the print.
My cardstock paper of choice is Hammermill 80 lb or 100 lb and 28 lb Printer Paper.
Quality light-weight paper.
Quality Card Stock.
Supply Resources and Tips
Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with any of these shops.
These are simply recommendations based on my experience.