Scrappers: Do you use Mulberry Paper?

Discussion in 'The Creative Community' started by Beanie, May 30, 2003.

  1. Beanie

    Beanie ~*Snoopy Fan Forever*~

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    I have just discovered this little gem, actually and I love it! I went out and bought a few sheets of it for an ocean theme I was working on and it looks great! I love how you can tear it and get that certain look on the bottom of pages!

    I had to pay $1.30 a sheet for this at my LSS, which I thought was kind of expensive...Is this what it normally retails for??

    Does anyone use this?
     
  2. Timon

    Timon DIS Veteran

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    Beanie,

    that does seem quite high! I pay $.99 per sheet here in Canada for an 8 x 10 mulberry sheet. So, I am sure it's cheaper than that in the U.S. Maybe $.75 or so?

    I would check around if I were you!

    By the way, I LOVE mulberry paper too! I love the soft swept look it gives to pages!
     
  3. beansmom

    beansmom Grumpy Grandma Extraordinaire

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    mulberry runs about $1 a sheet here...but this week all paper is 50% off at hobby lobby...maybe there's one near you?
     
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  5. nicki dahling

    nicki dahling CyndiAKADisneyqueen<br><font color=deeppink> I can

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    I would love to try it. No chance to use it yet. And no Hobby Lobby anywhere within the state that I know of.
    Cyndi ( AKANickidahling )
     
  6. crazyforpooh

    crazyforpooh <font color=FF6600>Proud American who loves her li

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    I keep looking at it but haven't bought it yet because I thought it was expensive also.
     
  7. BevS97

    BevS97 disney scrapper

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    I buy it more than I use it (sound familiar).

    I've found that I can get it in my local Art shop in huge sheets (they call it A1 size over here, it's like 8 8.5 x11 sheets stuck together) and that's usually only a £1 or two, where as if I get it from a scrapbooking shop I pay the same price for a 12x12 sheet.

    Bev
     

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