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Color Me Gold Dots Paper
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Color Me Gold Dots Paper

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Choose your color! This 12"x12" paper is printed with a raised gold design that will resist color. It's simple, all you do is add your color then wipe away the excess and you'll have a beautiful patterned paper in your choice of color. Cardmakers can cut one sheet into 4 pieces and make 4 different colored cards. And there's more, when heated the material acts like a glue for embossing powder, flock or glitter.

The possibilities are endless for this paper! You can color with inkpads, chalks, spray mists, smooch inks, walnut inks, markers, watercolors or pencils. Or re-heat and add embossing powder, flock or glitter to the pattern. Use one color or mix them to create an original paper all your own! It's all so easy and just what you want!

Part number: 4020716

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Comment I love this paper, I am working on a scrapbook using our family photos, since most of them are in shades of browns ( some of the photos are back to the late 1800's)and finding things that fit into this era are very hard to find. Our family tree goes back to 1640, and signed papers to the 1800's so I want to make most of my pages in the sepia colour range. I just love the texture, colour and the possibilities.
Submitted Friday, February 14th @ 06:55 PM

Comment I love this paper and wish I had much more. I coloured it in shades of pale, pale purple, into blue into green into yellows. Blending the colours together it gave a very rich colour, I only wish I had more so that I could do it in rich colours of reds, greens and blues that you see in old manuscripts. The versatility of these papers is wonderful.
Submitted Wednesday, January 8th @ 11:16 AM


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