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CraftyAsh
« on: March 19, 2013 12:01:50 PM »

I have only started recently making my own card. I buy most of my supplies at Michael’s Crafts. Sometimes I feel as though the paper doesn’t have that professional look to it though. What type and weight of paper is recommended for card making?

I use a pazzle inspiration to cut out my designs for my cards however I do fine some papers when cut with the machine don’t have a clean crisp edge. Instead I get fibers. Does anyone have a brand of paper they recommend when using a cutter?

I would also appreciate any recommendations for websites to buy paper.   
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dnelsong
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2013 08:56:35 PM »

I stick to at least 80# weight cover stock.  Two online sources include Marco's Paper (marcopaper.com) and The Paper Cut(thepapercut.com).  Your cards really will look better with the right weight card stock.  Debra
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