Order Samples: $0.75 per 1 Sheet
A very unique and innovative product with a very smooth and pleasing touch similar to plastic and rubber. It is intended for those designers who are looking for new sensations and sensuous inspirations! It is the ecological answer to industry's use of plastic material, offering the simplicity and versatility typical of paper.
An excellent heavy weight cardstock to use as a backing for greeting cards, invitations and other elegant products. Also great for bookbinding, folders and announcements.
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Chocolate melts & so does paper.
Just love this paper all colors. Made tiles for ZenTangle work and white ink and silver on black is so beautiful as is gold & green metallic on brown and off-white. I bound the tiles into a loose leaf book with rings. Over winter I left the booklet in a box that sat on a table in front of our back window mostly north facing except for a bit of sun in early morning. Surprised to discover last spring the pages of the book had literally melted together. Think chocolate melting in your hand...so this lovely paper just melted into each other and glued their pages together. So I'm guessing they contain some plastic like material. So one star off for the loss of art but I take it as a learning experience & won't make any more tile books for travel as a hot car, camper or tent even might just result in melting. I've never had anything like this happen before with any papers. So will experiment with others before hand to see if they are heat tolerant. Did I say how silky and lovely this card like stock is though? Must be careful of finger oil or smudges and now melting. But just love it and may buy a sample sheet or two in the future but backed off the 100 sheet packs for now.
Love the look and feel!
I ordered a sample and I really love the texture of this product, its pretty smooth and silky, and the color is a very rich dark chocolate. Looks very high-end. It's also a little bit sturdier than the 100# cardstock, which is exactly what I wanted. I'm using it as a backing for my wedding's menu cards, and they look absolutely perfect! There's only one consideration, handle it with care, if you have greasy hands or press your fingers too hard against the paper, you will leave marks on it.