Add depth to your next project with the Craft Perfect Holo Waves Gloss Mirror Card pack by Tonic Studios. Included in the package are 5 high floss mirrored 8.5" x 11" high gloss mirrored cardstock pieces.
I was in awe when I pulled this cardstock out of its packaging. It is simply stunning. Wave it one way or another and the color burst you get as it reflects the light back at you in a rainbow holographic image is just so beautiful . I have die cut this and you can see one of my projects using it in my Gallery - it is something I think everyone needs at least one packet of. It's great quality and thickness, and die cuts well also!
Used in this card: Using Nuvo Dream Drops
I am not exaggerating when I say that this is my favorite specialty paper ever!! Just like Jen, I was stunned by how gorgeous this paper is. When you tilt it in the light you get the coolest effects and color changes.
The paper has a very good quality and thickness and is perfect for die-cutting because it stays in shape, even with very intricate die cuts. I used it on a few cards which you can find in my gallery, where you will hopefully see some of the effects of this paper.
I will definitely need a few extra packs of this!
Used in this card: Dream in Colour Cards.
This is NOT an in-your-face gaudy Holographic paper....it is really very useable & beautiful paper ! It's not a super shine, like mirror, more of a satin shine...looks silver with hints of a rainbow of colors when moved about. Really stunning paper ! Very useful for so many cards & projects. Great addition to stash.
I like the paper. But upon receiving it, I was disappointed that it was a rainbow tint. You move the paper around and you see a rainbow affect. I thought by the photo that I was receiving paper that had a lilac tint to it. I already have rainbow paper that was much less expensive and in larger size.
If you do not own rainbow tinted paper, you will love this. If you do, then pass. I do realize it is hard to photograph paper like this, so please note I am not knocking the paper, but I think the description should make mention of the actual color.
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