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Vellum finish paper



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Sorry I'm a bit late with this, but you can find info about all sorts of
commercial papers (many acid-free, be sure to check the specifications) from
the various mills' web sites. An easy way to find those sites, especially if
you don't know the names of the commercial mills, is through
http://www.swatchcenter.com/. Some of the mills will accept fairly small
orders, the others will put you in touch with a local supplier. To get
swatchbooks, be sure to use the name of your press since they generally
won't send freebies unless they think that you're a designer about to order
a lot of paper. After a while, you'll have lots of out-of-date swatchbooks
which make great "instant" blank artists' books for children (or adults).

Carol Pulin, director, American Print Alliance
non-profit consortium of printmaker's councils
302 Larkspur Turn, Peachtree City, GA 30269
www.PrintAlliance.org, director@printalliance.org

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