I am of the firm belief that you can never have too much cardstock - especially black and white. I love white cardstock. It's so versitile! You can use it as a more solid backer for lighter paper, as a background itself, mats, frames, whatever you want. You can ink, paint, glittler it, etc. to make it whatever colour you want. Again - an extremely versitile product. I especially like the Bazzill cardstock because it is firm and solid and will hold up really well no matter what you do to it. This is definately something to invest in.
What could be more versatile than a whole pile of white cardstock! Seems simple enough, and thats right - it is. I use it when I want plenty of white space (not often enough, perhaps) or when I want colours of my pps to really stand out. Couldn't be more simple, but it works a treat.
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This is just what I need for my new Cricut Imagine.
I had a hard time finding the size, texture, quantity, quality and price all in one product that's what I searched for. I found all that and more with this purchase and I plan to purchase many many more
This is and always will be the only white cardstock I reach for when making cards or printing invitations or well wisher cards for clients. The quality is consistently outstanding. The weight is perfect for my uses as well. LOVE it.
same bazzill quality i have come to expect, just with no texture. which is cool for stamps and running through my printer ... probly should have got the 8.5x11 stuff... but its awsome
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This card stock is very basic with a smooth texture. One drawback is that each piece has a barcode on one side. Had to work around covering those up. Nice though to purchase in bulk.
I'm so use to Bazzill having texture that I didn't catch this has NO TEXTURE to it. just plain ol' white paper. uugh, not what I expected. I love Bazzill paper but love the texture to it.
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