The irregular grid of black lines are obvious on this paper and they do interrupt the swirling majesty of the stained glass like pattern, so look carefully. Since I work on a much smaller scale I can cut out smaller pieces to avoid the lines or minimize them. I have no doubt this pattern will be useful for church related events -- a translucent layer of vellum would keep the excitement while reducing the almost excessive pop of the colors. I also happen to think that this is fabulous fantasy-theme paper. While too crazy to be Harry Potter, elements of this pattern could support fairies, dragons, and other magical themes. On a much smaller scale, ATCs, tags, bookmarks, and greeting cards, would all be amped up with this paper as background or in small strips. Remember you can use vellum or super thin coats of white paint or gesso to reduce the vibrancy.
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