|Item Weight||11.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.5 x 0.3 x 11 inches|
|Item model number||70971|
|Number of Items||1|
|Sheet Size||8.5" x 11"|
|Brightness Rating||92 lm|
|Manufacturer Part Number||70971|
Wausau Astrobrights Print and Stick Adhesive Backed Heavy Duty Paper, 30 Sheets, Matte Finish (70971)
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- Astrobrights print & stick adhesive back paper with Matte Finish
- 30 sheets of white adhesive back paper
- 24 lb paper in 8.5 inches x 11 inches sheets with adhesive back
- Acid and lignin free for longer lasting documents
- Laser Inkjet copier guarenteed for hassle free performance
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Top Customer Reviews
I like that the backing pulls off in several strips off the back rather than just one large one, it makes for easier transfer onto what you're trying to stick it to.
I coupled this sticker paper with self-adhesive laminate paper for gloss and weather/water proofing.
My only problem became, how do you get mouths for a caterpillar to stick to something without using tape? So of course, I turned to Amazon and found these. I was a little hesistant at first because some of the reviews weren't so great. However, I think those are instances of people using them for the wrong purpose. This is sticker paper, not bumper sticker paper, or photo paper! As sticker paper it works great and the game was a total hit. Everyone was so impressed and wanted to know how I did it.
The value of the product is definitely worth it also. I prefer to use Avery products most of the time but their product was way pricier than this one. I was absolutely satisfied with the product and am now looking for fun ways to use the remaining sticker paper for my son. Or possibly as a gift. Maybe make some custom paper dolls for my nieces?
Highly recommend, your only limitation is your imagination.
UNLIKE the Avery brand, it adheres to both textured and slick surfaces, including all kinds of binders and dividers. Also, it STAYS there!
Also, the back of the page is slit vertically, making it very easy to peel. Also, there are many more slits than on the Avery sheets, making it more likely that whatever you cut out will have a slit to use for peeling. The back of the page is not printed, so the slits are easy to locate for peeling, unlike the Avery brand.
The paper itself is a very bright white, and a nice, sturdy thickness. It takes inkjet ink beautifully.
It's the best out there!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used this paper to print personalized water bottle labels for my daughter's birthday party. It worked perfect! Would definitely buy again.Published on December 18, 2013 by Vegas Mom
Works well, takes ink well, cuts easy, no problems with the adhesive. It'd be nicer if they were gloss or something though so they didn't get so dirty looking.Published on November 14, 2013 by DF1992
My kids seen a kid on you tube make stickers out of tape and they wanted to try it. So we did and it was fun, but I thought I might go broke (my kids went through a LOT of tape). Read morePublished on September 30, 2013 by Toy Room
I should have returned the paper when I received it. The paper isn't white and when printed on the paper doesn't at all look like photo paper. The images are dull and not sharp. Read morePublished on July 15, 2013 by D. Anderson
Works ok, wish it was a little stickier; but wasn't designed for this purpose, but saves a lot of money from buying refills from the machine co.Published on July 3, 2013 by Lady Di - Florida
Bought these to print labels and they work great and the price is even better. Just as good as Avery products.Published on July 3, 2013 by Honest Opinion
Used these to make some pokemon stickers. I don't have a high quality printer, but if I did the stickers would come out a lot better on this paper.Published on June 19, 2013 by Gretshelle G. Rivera
This has been a fun item to use. Make some window stickers for a friend's graduation. Made some peel and stick picture cards.Published on June 12, 2013 by Joann L. Allen