Cheap Joe's 140 lb. Quarter Sheet Sample Pack

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SP16
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Economical Cheap Joe's Watercolor Sample Packs are a great way for you to experiment with new art papers without breaking the bank.
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Economical Cheap Joe's Watercolor Sample Packs are a great way for you to experiment with new art papers without breaking the bank, plus they're large enough to actually paint on! Each collection of sheets contains professional quality and archival artist papers, and all are made from 100% cotton with the exception of Yupo, which is a synthetic material.

140 lb. Quarter Sheet Sample Pack - SP16 - This 16 sheet paper pack includes two 140 lb. Cold Pressed quarter sheets (11" x 15") each of Arches Natural White, Arches Bright White, Saunders Waterford, Lanaquarelle, Kilimanjaro Original Bright White, Kilimanjaro Natural, Fabriano Artistico Extra White, and Fabriano Artistico Traditional White.

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Brand Cheap Joe's
Series Paper Sample Pack
Color White
Color Family White
Size 11" x 15"
Format Sample Pack
Per Pack 16
Paper Weight 140 lb. (300 gsm)
Texture Assorted
No. SP16

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