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300 Series Charcoal Paper Pads

by Strathmore


This natural white paper has a traditional laid finish which is an ideal foundation for charcoal and pastel.Acid-free. Strong hard surface ideal for charcoal, pastel or crayon. 64 lb. Spiral Bound.

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300 Series Charcoal Paper Pads

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Rosie from Long Island, NY says:

I wish they didn't stop making the Strathmore 500 series pastel pads in Black! It was my favorite paper to draw on. Please manufacture...start making it again!

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300 Series Charcoal Paper Pads 11 in. x 17 in. 32 sheets
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300 Series Charcoal Paper Pads 18 in. x 24 in. 24 sheets
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300 Series Charcoal Paper Pads 9 in. x 12 in. 32 sheets
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Rated by: Rosie in Long Island, NY
I wish they didn't stop making the Strathmore 500 series pastel pads in Black! It was my favorite paper to draw on. Please manufacture...start making it again!
Rated by: Scarleth C. in Lufkin, TX
"This paper works great foR graphite pencils and charcoal. Very pleased with the results".
Rated by: charla k. in seattle, WA
I was shocked at how much I like this paper. I originally ordered it as "test" paper to test out new markers and pencils. I actually had no idea it was charcoal paper. I have since tested it with my charcoals and love it. I will re-order this product.
Rated by: Beth P. in Paso Robles, CA
This paper worked beautifully with the charcoal. I was very pleased with the results.
Rated by: Katie H. in columbus, OH
The texture is kind of funky to work with and the paper is a bit more yellow than I expected, but I've produced some of my best work with this paper and I'm glad I have it!

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