Curious Metallic Iridescent Cryogen White Paper 89lb 8.5" x 11" 25 Sheets
Sheared metal meets shimmering iridescence! Curious Metallics have the sparkling surface and luminescent sheen of machined metal - on both sides of the sheet. The Iridescent colors are the same color on both sides & are similar to a soft sparkly/metallic finish, yet a bit more subtle. Elegant, yet subtle iridescent finish with 'flipping' hi-tech synthetic colors.These have excellent lightfast properties and are produced using elemental chlorine-free pulp. Acid-free and are made with naturally occurring pigments. Curious Metallics are Laser & Ink Comp.
- Ultra smooth w/ a Shimmering Iridescences
- Colors stay bright
- Perfect for Copic markers
- Ideal for Stamping and Card Making
- Acid free & Archival
- Laser & Inkjet compatible
- Great for Layering with your Favourite Papers
- Size: 8.5" x 11"
- Paper Weights: 89lb cover (240g)
- Paper Color: Cryogen White
- Pack: 25 Sheets
Base on a recent feedback from one of our customer please be advised that the image that we have on our website is not an exact color to the product in person. Also she have describe the paper to not to be a true white but a cream, ivory, and vanilla color. We hope this additional information will help you to have a better image of the paper.
"Cryogen Iridescent 89# cardstock is a premier cardstock to use for all your Copic coloring needs. It is the perfect weight to allow your Copic ink to stay wet, allowing beautiful blending without the threat of easy oversaturation. All Copic coloring techniques can easily be done on this cardstock whether you are a beginner or more advanced Copic user. If you like to add craft products in addition to your Copic coloring the cardstock is thick enough to hold up to it. It has a touch of subtle sparkle within the paper that will show through your Copic coloring and create a beautiful effect. I use it everyday in my own Copic creations and in my Copic classrooms. I always say if you try it, you will love it and 99% of my Copic Class students have agreed."
"Suzanne J Dean, http://www.scrapbitz.blogspot.com"