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Bee Paper Bleedproof Marker Pad, 8-1/2-Inch by 11-Inch
- Acid-free design
- Natural white sheet
- Approved for use with Copic pens
- Ultra-smooth sheet
- For use with pen and ink and crowquill pens and technical pens or water-based and permanent markers
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Acid free, natural white 110-Pound (180 grams per square meter) sheet is approved for use with Copic markers and ink. This ultra smooth sheet has an excellent surface for use with pen and ink, crowquill pens, technical pens, water based and permanent markers. 30 sheet per tape bound pad.
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Most marker paper, both cheap and expensive is extremely thin and for me at least, that doesn’t make it nice enough to be used for final work, frameable pieces or for work that you intend to sell. This paper looks very professional and is very similar in appearance and weight to Strathmore’s Smooth Surface Bristol Paper (in the yellow pad) but for a lower cost.
The color isn’t a pure, stark white. It does have an off white tinge but it’s not noticeable. I think it’s actually flattering. I don’t personally like white paper that leans more blue-white. I think that can look cheap and that is definitely not the case here. This is a good, sturdy paper; almost like card stock. It certainly feels like a good quality paper to me.
I happened to purchase on this particular occasion, as I intended to be making my own planner inserts for my 6 ring binder. I found it goes through my regular inkjet printer without any problem and the ink doesn’t show through to the other side of the page at all.
I love using notebooks to jot things down but hate that markers or highlighters can bleed through the page so easily but that’s not the case with this paper, thankfully. When applying moderate pressure with Copic markers, I discovered the ink barely bled through the page (I’m yet to find ones that’s completely bleedproof but hear Yupo paper is pretty great so I hope to try that out with my markers soon). If you were to actually hold a marker to the Bee Paper page in one position for a while, the ink would obviously penetrate through to the other side, no matter what, but even then, it’s minimal. Even Strathmore Bristol will have some bleeding. Just to add, when using pens (I tested both Sakura Micron pens and a regular ballpoint) and when using light, even strokes, there’s no feathering of the lines at all. I’m really impressed. I’d definitely repurchase this paper and keep an eye out for other Bee Paper Company products in the future.