Velour Paper

by Hygloss

This velvety flocked surface provides an elegant medium for crafters and decorators to work with. Velour paper accepts pastels, chalks, wet medias, or trims and cuts easily. Laser and inkjet compatible. Acid and lignin free. 8. 5 in. x 11 in. sheets.

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Carolyn R. from Longmeadow, MA says:

The Hygloss Velour Paper is wonderful for school projects. Students seem to enjoy working with the textured paper. I purchased this product at a discount. Thanks MisterArt!

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Are these good quality for art work? My medium has always been graphite and charcoal, but I've recently started working with pastels and colored pencils.

- Asked by Julie on 31-Oct-13
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This is the type of paper that are used for the famous Elvis paintings, which are charcoal on Velour. Another good quality all purpose paper for pastels, charcoal, and colored pencils is the Canson Mi-Teintes papers, made in France, which you can also find on our website, too, by searching in the box above.

- Answered by MisterArt on 31-Oct-13

For the Velour assorted package, what are the colors?

- Asked by Julie on 28-Jul-13
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The assorted colors are one each of: pink, red, orange, yellow, green, dark blue, light blue, white, black, and brown.

- Answered by MisterArt on 30-Jul-13

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Rated by: Carolyn R. in Longmeadow, MA
The Hygloss Velour Paper is wonderful for school projects. Students seem to enjoy working with the textured paper. I purchased this product at a discount. Thanks MisterArt!

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