…silly since it is only a single sheet. But. I'm doing it anyway because this one is super fun. I love astronomy and all things stars. I usually have a real life nebula photo as my desktop pattern. So I'm always looking for paper that captures my passion. This one is above 90% because the pattern seems random, swirly, and fun. Most star patterns are evenly spaced, same color, boring, boring, boring. Not this one. Pick-up several. You'll find lots of uses for them.
The stars are nice but very much "drawn", and each and every one of them has five points. But if you're looking for a starry night paper, this might be the one for you.
What I like is the pearlescence on both sides, which is very subtle and hardly noticeable on the "night side", but especially on the white side it's very lovely. Although frankly, I'm not sure what to do with a white starry sky, but who knows, perhaps someone else has just the perfect idea for using it.
It's rather light-weight so may not be ideal for use on mini album covers.
Used in this image: Butterflies & Stars Gatefold Keepsake Album Deluxe