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This bundle includes one package with 20 pages of Distress Watercolor Cardstock that measures 4.25" x 5.5". This cardstock is designed to be compatible with most water based mediums. There are 2 different sides to this cardstock, one has a smooth finish for detailed work and the other a textured finish for adding layers of colors. The cardstock is heavyweight, 118 lb. The Shaping Tool Kit contains 1 molding pad, one 2 mm/5 mm Stylus Tool, one 8 mm/10 mm Stylus Tool, and one pair of Reverse-Action Tweezers. This bundle is designed by Tim Holtz for Sizzix.
This cardstock is thick and sturdy and takes a lot of water. You can use either the textured or the smooth side for your projects. It is a bright white which I like and you can also get it in A4. Good for beginner and advanced watercolour artists. Love the Tim Holtz line of products.
I got this because there is a smooth side and a textured side. It is a nice quality paper. Will but again.
I like using the Tim Holtz watercolor cardstock because it is a bright white color and it is already cut to a card front size. I have never had any issues, and have been using it for quite some time for watercolor projects.
distressed watercolor paper to learn with.
I had tried a fellow card-makers stash of this and loved it! Now I very pleased to own some of my own to use as card fronts.
I’m completely new to water coloring, but I think this paper works great. I can easily blend colors and I can heat emboss on it as well. It’ll definitely be something I keep in my craft room all the time.
Used in this project: Ice cream birthday card
Only watercolor paper that works for all stamping and water coloring! The best!
Who doesn't like the perfect weight watercolor card stock already trimmed to the correct size. Any card stock for that matter. Now just have to get a 4X5 1/4 size for layering.
I tried a local store brand of watercolor paper and after trying this, I’ll buy Tim Holtz’ paper everytime. Beautiful white and takes stamping and watercolors so well!
I used this cardstock to use distress oxides with, and it worked well. I prefer the smooth side, and thankfully there's 2 sides: rough and smooth.
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