Etchr Watercolor Postcards, Cold Pressed, 100 sheets

Item ID
ETR-1363
Availability: In stock

Ships Tuesday, August 03 if ordered in the next 02 hours and 01 minutes!

Quick Overview

Etchr Watercolor Paper Postcards are made of 100% cotton cold press 110 lb. paper with address and writing areas printed on the back. Use for mailing little original works of art, or create small paintings to keep or sell. 100 cards per box.
$39.50
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Etchr Watercolor Paper Postcards are made of acid-free professional grade 100% cotton cold press paper with address and writing areas already printed on the back. Use for mailing little original works of art to your friends and family, or create small paintings to keep or sell. They also make great color swatch cards for your watercolor paints! Ideal for use with watercolor, drawing, pen and ink, mixed media, and more.

Each blank postcard is a heavyweight 110 lb. and measures 4-3/16" x 5-7/8". Paper is internally and externally sized. Comes in a generous pack of 100 cards inside a handsome storage box.

More Information
Brand Etchr
Color Traditional White
Color Family White
Size 4-3/16" x 5-7/8"
Format Sheets
Per Pack 100
Paper Weight 110 lb.
Texture Cold Press
No. 9355381000363

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