Strathmore Blank Cards and Envelopes - Mixed Media - 10 Pack

Strathmore


$17.95




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Mixed Media Paper, White Cards and Envelopes - Strathmore ... pack contains 10 blank greeting cards and 10 envelopes. Card size (folded) is 6 7/8" x 5" (17.4cm x 12.7cm), vellum surface, heavyweight 300gsm paper.

Strathmore Artist Mixed Media Paper is an excellent quality, white cardstock that features a durable, heavyweight, smooth, strong vellum surface.

Strathmore Mixed Media Paper combines the characteristics of watercolour paper with the finish of a drawing sheet, creating the ultimate paper for combined mediums. Use for wet or dry media.

This paper is a smooth vellum surface that is bleedproof and acid free. Scored and prefolded for your convenience. Includes 10 envelopes made of a similar type of paper.

Perfect for all kinds of visual arts techniques, using wet or dry media - including stamping, collage, detailed artwork, mixed media projects, watercolour, acrylic, inks, gel pens, gouache paint, graphite, coloured pencils, pen and ink wash, markers, pastels, embossing, drawing, colouring, using with heat reactive foils, cardmaking, tipping into journals, anything!

Strathmore's mixed media cards are bleedproof paper! Perfect for making cards with Copics, Chameleon Pens and other alcohol ink markers as the ink resists seeping through to the other side of the paper. With Mixed Media paper like this, there is no end to what you could create on your cards.

Strathmore Mixed Media Cards...
- 10 scored and folded sheets
- natural white
- heavyweight mixed media card
- 140lb (300gsm)
- acid free
- 6 7/8" x 5" (17.4cm x 12.7cm)

Envelopes...
- 10 prefolded, ready to use envelopes
- lightweight mixed media paper
- plain flap, gummed
- 7 1/4" x 5 1/4" (18.4cm x 13.3cm)

Home Printer Tips ... Even though these are scored and folded, they might still fit through your printer... measure the cards and put in a custom size into the printer settings. My printer feeds thicker cardstock through from the rear (back) of the printer. Always test with a sample that is a similar thickness to the cardstock first as not all printers are the same.