- This craft paper is designed to look old and from medieval times
- Perfect for giving your project extra authenticity
- Antique look really helps to illustrate poems and short stories
- Excellent resource for wedding invitations, scrapbooking and more
Roylco R15286 Antique Paper, 8-3/4 x 11" Size
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Use this 50 lb paper, designed to resemble antique parchment style craft papers, to help illustrate your poems, short stories and more! The double-sided design, and die-cut edges, create a weathered look that will complete your design and bring your creations to life! Use Antique Paper to draw out an antiqued family tree, family Coat of Arms, or a realistic treasure map. It’s also the perfect match for games, parties and theatrics!
- Size: 8.5”x11”
- Double sided
- 8 Designs
- 32 Sheets
- 50 lb
- Made in U.S.A.
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Roylco Antique Paper measuring 8-1/2" x 11" can be used to draw out an antiqued family tree, family coat of arm or a realistic treasure map. Antique parchment style craft paper helps to illustrate poems and short stories using medieval letter-sets and scripts.
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However, there are some things to consider before purchasing:
1. Though you have six designs to choose from, three of the designs are located on the back of the other three designs. So using one design means losing another.
2. You can not run these sheets though a printer. Each sheet has a removable edge to give it that worn, old-world feel, but the edging is VERY loose. You can barely lift the paper without it falling off. I foolishly tried putting it through my printer anyway, and it jammed bad (It was a good 30 or 40 minutes to clear the mess). Afterwards, I attempted to remove the edging first and then run it through the printer, but without the border, the paper is below standard size, and the images/text printed off-center.
Ultimately I was able to accomplish what I needed, and the paper had that old-time charm that I was going for, but it was a lot of trial and error. I don't think I'd go through the hassle of using it again. I'd highly recommend it though for scrapbooking or any other handwritten projects.
Before I could get to this essay part of my review here, Amazon had me answer "Are you over 13?", "How much fun is this toy?", "How would you rate this toy's educational value?" etc. So no problem if you know this paper is considered a "toy", but if you are trying to use the paper create something an adult would be satisfied with, such as a Book of Shadows from the "Charmed" TV series or a Grail Diary from the Indiana Jones movie, you may be disappointed by the feel of the paper. It is very thin and floppy, not like parchment paper at all. There is such a difference, I wouldn't want to ever combine parchment with this paper, as it would amplify the differences making parchment feel like stiff cardstock and this paper feel as thin as Bible pages. It feels even thinner than the regular blue-line paper I use. If you want to do calligraphy on this paper, you probably need to know this.
Just so you know, the edges of this paper arrive squared off just like normal paper, but it is lightly cut about 1 half-inch all around in the irregular way that is supposed to make it look old and ragged. That half-inch edge remains lightly attached in several places and flops around until you tear it away. I did not try to put the paper in a printer, but since the 1/2 inch edges are floppy, it could be a problem.
Summary: If the weight and texture of the paper are important to you, opt for real parchment paper. If you just want to make some pirate maps for a 5-year old, this paper is fine. Using the paper in a printer could be a problem due to the perforated edges being so loosely attached
There is a narrow, removable and irregular strip laser cut around each piece so as to give a jagged or curved edge to the final piece. A nice idea poorly executed.
-Make nice looking certificates in certain circumstances
-A visual variety of pages
-A different pattern on each side of a page
-The pages are a bitch to separate as the laser cut edges stick and hang up on one another, essentially tearing both page borders
-Your printer will pull the page in and in doing so will tear off the laser cut edge and jam the printer. Depending on your printer model this will cause you an inconvenience anywhere from minor annoyance to a really nasty, dig it out a shred at a time paper, curse the designer of this paper episode.
-tear the edge off the sheet before placing the paper in the feeder. I thought it might feed crookedly and it did not. It fed exactly correctly. However, that was on my Epson Inkjet.