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|Mill||The Paper Mill Store|
|Brand||FIDELITY Onion Skin|
|Size||8 1/2 x 11|
|Grain Direction||Grain Long|
Elemental Chlorine Free
9 lb Bond 34 G/M2 Caliper 1.6 PPI
|Paperator™ Color Value||
CMYK C = 10, M = 3, Y = 2, K = 2
RGB R = 233, G = 234, B = 227
FIDELITY Onion Skin is easy to print on when following these simple hints. It is recommended to pretest all printing procedures prior to press time to ensure the desired results are achieved.
Print Onion Skin like any conventional uncoated paper. Due to the very low basis weight, pretest to make sure your particular offset printing press will handle the paper.
Keep Onion Skin products wrapped until the moment of printing. It is essential to let the paper acclimate, for a minimum of 24 hours – longer during cold weather – in the press room while still wrapped in mill packaging. Keep Onion Skin products covered during drying, between passes and prior to any finishing work. Pressroom conditions should be as close as possible to 68 degrees, and 45-60% relative humidity.
Varnish is optional as a surface protector.
To properly score and fold Onion Skin, use a rounded channel score with a 1 or 2 point rule and a 0.030” or 0.040” channel matrix. Score with the grain, using a light letterpress score for maximum control. On large projects with less stringent quality requirements on-press litho-scoring may be acceptable. Fold into the bead of the score. On some projects there will be no need to score this paper at all, as it is very flexible and light.
Onion Skin is suitable for all standard binding processes. It is important to plan for proper grain direction in all binding applications. Grain direction should run parallel to the spine for optimum results.
Please pretest on your equipment as this very light paper may not work with some devices.
I use this product for calligraphy and it works well.
I use it to write to overseas pen pals. Wonderful for that purpose.
I'm on my fourth ream of this versatile paper and recommend it for just about any application including crafts, greeting card liners, tracing and writing. It has a silky-smooth finish and plays well with a wide variety or inks. I've even run it through my inkjet printer a few times with good results (about the same amount of ink spread as you'd expect from regular non-inkjet paper). The quality is simply superb.
This is the quality of onion skin paper I haven't seen for 15 years--only tracing paper in art stores in the 9 x 12" size, which is mostly unusable for letter writing with global surface mail. This paper can hold ink from a fountain pen with no bleed through. It has a surface that is a pleasure with that same fountain pen. I can put 5 sheets in a business envelope and still be under one ounce. Get some before no one on earth makes it.
I have been searching for onion skin paper for some time. Unfortunately, when located paper, it was usually too high priced. I even tried thrift or resale shops but paper was very yellowed with low inventory. I was so happy my persistent search took me to The PAPERMILL Store! Quality was terrific, price was great, and plenty of inventory. Total success!
I plan to use this paper to write my daughter in Japan. The lighter weight of the paper means I can tell her more every time. Less postage!
She will enjoy it too because she appreciates quality paper.
Not what I wanted at all.
Our church wanted me to print a couple of Bible Books and that's why I ordered these papers because I thought it was the Bible Papers, but when It arrived, I've tried to print on a couple of pages and it is not the Bible Papers so when I printed, it shows the other side and its hard to read that's why I have to return them. But I really like them, if only I have something that I would only print on one side, then I will definitely keep them. They are great products!
For sure, I love the product, it's what I thought it would be. But I did not like the terms of delivery. First, instead of giving an option, such as mail delivery, they stick you into UPS, which is like 23 dollars, and since I'm in Canada, add a few more bucks to that. Then when it gets to the border, they tell you that you MUST get another UPS deliverer here, which is another 23 dollars...and so, that equals, not a satisfied customer. I'll look for Onion-Skin paper in my local area, and save myself the tears....lol.
The service is excellent from Paper Mill also the paper is very good if a uniform thickness is not required. For my specialty use in thickness is important. This might not sound much to a lot of people and it is not a problem for ordinary applications but the paper varies in thickness through out a single sheet from .0017" to .0021" thickness. But the quality of the product is good.
I use to monotony on my gelli plates!
I was disappointed & bored with the 'computer-printer' paper sold in reams at stores like Staples. Not good calligraphy paper.
I am pleased with this high quality German made onion paper
I ordered this for an old-time solution in a modern world. I reload 45-70 gvt rounds for my Sharps rifle. The loads are 515 grain and I like to use paper patching rather than gas checks. I looked for a long time for this and was happy when I found this at a below average price. This paper is excellent for tracing, graphing and other graphic arts projects. It is perfect for my use.
foundation for paper piecing quilting
This is the best paper I've found for calligraphy
Onion paper is the best for producing a hardcopy of your thoughts and sending them to someone else. Electronic media, pshaw.
Have ordered this paper numerous times. The paper is fantastic and very suitable for our purpose.
If you're looking for a nostalgic letter writing experience, this is the paper for you. A fountain pen has great affinity to the surface which has a super gentle tooth and the soft white shade is easy on the eyes.
This paper is perfect for foundation paper quilt piecing. It folds easily and tears out easily if you use a very small stitch length - 1.8 or smaller. I have almost used my first ream and ready to reorder. It is a little finicky in the printer but the advantage of easy tear out more than makes up for this.
Very much like the paper. Will try printing photos on it today.
This is a beautiful paper that takes ink well. It is a pleasure to write on it with a fountain pen. Onion skin paper is great for correspondence and letter-writing since it adds little weight which is useful for keeping postage costs under control. It is also great for arts and crafts that require a translucent paper. I also use it for calligraphy practice.
I was searching for that thin typewriting paper I remembered from my High School typing class, the one you see in old movies where the police are shuffling through documents. I live in NYC and thought for sure a stationery store, typewriter repair store, or high-end office supply would stock this 9 lb. paper. WRONG ! The closest I found were blue airmail paper that were only sold in kits with envelopes for a lot of $$$ per page. Delighted to find it here.
The paper works like a dream, writing on it with a typewriter or pen. I've been tearing it in half and sending out delicate letters.
THE ONION SKIN PAPER IS PERFECT.
I use the product for making my own Midori Traveler's Notebooks inserts as well as paper for writing to friends.
There is bleed-through, but it doesn't stain the papers that follow. Obviously because the paper is fairly sheer that you cannot write on the backside once you've written on the front.
If you love noisy and crinkle-y paper, this stuff is for you. I love the feel and texture. My fountain pen nib glides over the surface and does not catch on anything.
I love this paper and will be getting another ream very shortly.
I use the onion skin paper to make inserts for my Midori Traveler's Notebook. It takes fountain pen ink very well. Of course the paper is see through, but there's usually no bleed through. You can right on the other side if you want, but I choose not to. I love the crinkly sound the paper makes.
They had just what I wanted, at a good price and I received it the next day!
Fantastic for paper airplanes! We made over a hundred of these for a travel themed wedding and they came out looking great and flying well. The paper was easy to cut to size and made crisp, clean creases. A pleasure to work with!
I ordered this after receiving several pen pal letters with this paper. It has intrigued me for months now and I finally made the purchase. After researching prices online, this was the best value, with the $5 coupon for new customers. Shipping was more expensive than I expensive but overall, it still ended up being cheaper than any other onion skin paper online. This ream will last me a year or more, I think! I use fountain pens for correspondence and the inks are more saturated so see-through is an issue, which is why I can only use one side per page. The "crinkling" sound of this paper is part of the unique writing experience and novelty. This paper will be great for international letters, where weight is an issue. Overall, I really like onion skin paper and will finding ways to use this in my letter writing!
I bought this paper a couple years ago, thinking I'd use it for tracing paper; this is probably the best tracing paper I've ever used. Now I'm getting into quilting, and something I wanted to try was paper piecing. This paper works very well - it's translucent, tears away easily and well... in short, it's everything I could have wanted, and at a much lower price than what's sold in quilt shops. I wish I could get it in a bigger size, but for most applications, US Letter is fine.
Seeking a handwriting letter pad I finally ordered a ream of Onion Skin paper, in the absence of finding such paper presented in a pad form. It's lovely to write on, though I can't use an Artline felt pen on it as there's some drag. I love the color and feel of it.
Excellent service and very prompt delivery. Will be ordering from them again.
I am very thrilled to have recieved this paper because it is has given me many many creative ideas.
Product was as described and delivery was fast.
Exactly as represented. Delivered on time.
I send a Christmas letter inside my card each year. Onion skin is thin enough to fold inside a card. I had no choice to buy from here because the office supply stores did not even know what I was talking about.
When I received the ream of paper, I thought perhaps I had mis-ordered because it was so thin. It is about half or a third the size of an average ream of printing paper. I use this for handmade journals, fountain pens and pages to add to my bible for notes. It is fantastic.
I needed a semi-transparent paper for overlays. It needed to be ink jet compatible. This product met my needs perfectly. And it was delivered on the day promised.
This paper is wonderful for fountain pens. It is hard to find and it is great it is here. The finish is smooth, it doesn't bleed and makes ink pop. I wish it came in more colors. I am certain any writer or artist who needs onion skin paper will find this meets their needs beautifully.
Service and delivery was outstanding. Will recommend and use this service again. Excellent product.
I use this lovely paper to print out digital backgrounds for use in wrapping my handmade soap. It prints very nicely, folds great, and looks nice. Thank you so much!
I wanted this onionskin to use with a vintage typewriter. It does a great job for what I want - not ghosting extra ink like cheap printer paper. Great stuff.
Lovely paper, just what I was looking for.
I use this paper for typing--it is genuine onion skin paper, which is getting harder and harder to find (2014). (Some other companies are advertising they sell onion skin paper--but it's not. This paper is.) Pleased with the quality. The paper was pricey, but I use half sheets so 500 sheets becomes 1000.
Hard to find good onion skin these days. It's perfect for my design work.
I was looking for something similar to the old-style blue air-mail paper. This is the closest that I found via Internet. Once I started writing on this paper with my fountain pen, I realised that it was better than the blue air-mail paper. It is smooth writing; the lines are clean and the ink stays put.
I bought this for a craft project, but it's such nice paper, I'm not sure I can bring myself to use it for that. Ooookaaay, I'll use it for that, but I can think of a zillion other things it would be good for. This is really nice paper.
I didn't know anybody made this quality paper anymore. I had been looking for vintage paper for quite awhile.
I knew about the PaperMill Store, but I thought ...well how good could it be..
Well, I can't say enough good.. Excellent paper
I was buying specialty paper for paper piecing for quilting. It is expensive. Your Onion skin paper does a better job and is much cheaper. Thanks.
This onion skin paper meant all my expectations. While it does not have quite the texture of the onion skin of old, it is perfect for the authentic look that I wanted to convey in design projects. I will purchase more, I'm sure.
I absolutely love this paper. After seeing a review of it on a Pen Blog I follow, I promptly ordered a sample.
My fountain pens just glide of this paper and my inks look brilliant against this paper.
I loved it so much, I returned (after only using 2 sheets) and ordered a ream.
Fast delivery, I use this onion skin paper, in my quilting, when I paper piece.
I rather use this paper to write to people. the paper is very personal, different, and sho you care.
I use this paper to trace Patterns for my quilts then I would pin them to my quilts and sew thru the paper for the pattern them after finish I would ripe the paper off the quilt works just Great. Bought 500 sheets will buy again shipping was fast. Love it.
This isn't exactly what I was hoping for...real onionskin as in "the old days" as recently as the 1980's or even later. It is a close approximation. It's very lightweight and has a good hand, but it's smooth. Real Onionskin is textured, wrinkly, and maybe even thinner. But since you had to go to Europe (of course) to get this paper from Germany, I'm as happy as I can be with it.
If you start to make it here again, I am very sure that artists, writers, fountain pen advocates, and lots of folks will be very happy. Think about it!
I'm using this paper to print on with an ink jet printer. A couple times it has fed through 2 sheets at once, but other than that has worked great and prints just like any other paper - your results are just "thinner"! Which is why you'd buy this paper in the first place.
It's still fun to send a letter every so often that is put in an envelope and mailed using a stamp. To compliment the vintage stationary I've reconstructed in my computer, I use this type of paper to complete the vintage feel of the letter. Papermill.com was the only place I could find 9 lb onion skin paper at a reasonable price for 500 sheets. It prints beautifully, and feels great in the hand.
I needed onion skin paper for a Christmas craft project for our church group, and I could not find it anywhere, until I found the Papermill Store. Thank heaven for your great selection and prompt shipment. You saved us!
I use this paper in an old manual typewriter and it works well. Might use a backing sheet though.
Quality provider. Very satisfied.
I use it when I want to send an article from a magazine that has alot of pages. It's lighter in the mail and some friends don't have a computer.
I had no idea how hard it is to find airmail paper. Most stores don't stock it any more. Yes, I'm old fashioned - I write lengthy letters to my friends in Europe and, to save on postage, I will to use onionskin or airmail paper to write on.
Excellent Delivery Time
Holds up well and tears off easily for paper piecing quilts. Wouldn't use anything else. You will be very happy using this for quilting.
My mother-in-law had some onion skin that was her father's and I loved it. I was so happy to find some onion skin online that was comparable to the vintage stuff! It will be great for a lot of different projects.
This is a beautiful paper. I was a bit skeptical because I have always used 100% cotton. This is not a substiture or an imitation of 100% cotton. It is something entirely different. The texture changes with the light. The paper feels crisp and strong. It is truly translucent but not actually transparent. It is an unusual and unique paper and I will buy more. I really like it. It is the paper I always wanted but could never find. Graphite and colored pencils blend well and only the heaviest dripping markers bleed through.
My parents used this paper. My dad was overseas and I grew up with it. I got tired the 16 mile round-trip to the post office to check if my letters are overweight, quite often they are. Not only am I'm paying extra postage and wasting over an hour of time, there is the price of gas to consider. I have close friends in Europe and the USA not on line -- we write and this stuff is great for long letters. I also mail manuscripts and large documents sometimes, onion skin saves money and space. What used to fit into a box now goes easily into an envelope. The problem is that it is difficult to find and very overpriced.
I use the onion skin for paper piecing in my quilting projects. It works great! [...]
It's nice to be able to find this paper.
Fountain pens: Fine, Broad, Flex, no bleed though.
Using a wraparound patching method (as described by Paul Matthews) this paper will give a 0.450" pill an final OD of 0.458" and a 0.459" pill a final OD of 0.468" (for the Martini Henry).
Fantastic stuff. I would buy another ream of it if one ream weren't enough to last me several lifetimes. :)
this paper has many uses, my husband uses it for making bullets for his antique sharps rifle. I use it for scrapbooking & cards, it gives my work an expensive look.
I found this paper reviewed on a popular pen forum and decided to take a chance. I had found a few months ago a great bagasse paper that has similar properties to this pape, most likely because they both lack the wood (tree) fibers. With the bagasse's low availability and poor quality control I was looking for a replacement and I am happy to have found it in this paper. I was surprised to find that with the 10 or so inks used on this paper none of them feathered, though it also doesn't allow for great ink shading. You can actually pour ink on it and it will NOT soak through, it just puddles. I think the paper weight is also a plus (especially for foreign correspondence). For me it is a unique experience to write on something that is so thin but incredibly strong, and the paper crinkling is a nice bonus too, very vintage. Though it seems people have had problems with printer jams, I think it is the fault of the paper weight and NOT the paper. The jams I get from wood pulp paper leave shredded, ripped, and mutilated pieces for me to discover. Not so with this durable paper it wrinkles but doesn't rip. The paper color is nice subtle ivory color. It is translucent like tracing paper (one can use a guide sheet underneath). However, it is more opaque so when there is another written sheet beneath it (especially if not pressed firmly flat upon it) the writing is still highly legible. The paper does have a cockle finish, but it is subtle. The only real drawback for me with this paper is the texture. Though the paper is by no means rough, it is also not super smooth, and it is consistent throughout. I like to write with a fine or extra fine nib, so the rougher texture of this paper gives a "scratchier" sound than the smoother papers I am used to. Be that as it, one would think that with the scratching the cotton fibers would clog my fountain pen, but this is not the case. I have written countless pages with no problems. All in all I will be buying more of this paper and would welcome anyone else to try it.
Our church hosts a New Year's Eve Burning Bowl service every year. Hundreds of people attend. This is the paper we quarter & hand out. It burns quick & clean. Perfect.
Great results paper patching cast bullets. The best I have found so far. I ought to buy the whole inventory.
This paper is strong and of consistant thickness
It is fine with pencils. I used to find "second sheets" that was the "carbon copy" of things typed on typewriters. It was super for anything wet or dry. But I can't find it anymore. I hoped this was it but it isn't. It is close though and I have used it.
onion skin paper was a popular school arts and crafts item when i was growing up. like many other physical items, its uses have been diminished by the computer, where "cut and paste" has taken on very common and precise usage.
Still, for kids and adults with imagination, onion skin paper is a very versatile, creative, and flexible tool across many varied arts projects.
This is excellent paper for patching BPCR bullets! I dry wrap my bullets that come out of a KAL adjustable mould at 0.432" to get a wrapped diameter of 0.437" - 0.438". Consistency from sheet to sheet is superb.
We used this to make a glue in handout for our scriptures. I would suggest putting one piece of onion skin paper on top of regular copy paper underneath for support. The printer pulls too many through if you don't do it this way. It is a pain, but the finished product is great.
This product is wonderful - it doesn't have the bumpy look of true onion skin, but it's great for writing letters.
I write a lot of long letters and the lightness of the paper keeps the postage cost down.
I only had a bit of feathering with a very wet writing Fountain pen, all the other fountain pens worked fine, however.
Great paper, I will be buying it again when this ream runs out.
people who enjoy BPCR
I write exclusively with fountain pens. This paper is extremely fountain pen-friendly. I have not been able to find lightweight airmal paper until this. I am delighted that such paper is being manufactured and sold.
I have been searching for onionskin paper for decades. The major mills have long since stopped making this paper, and as a major user of fountain pens for personal correspondence, this paper has filled that need for me. It is strong and smooth for pen nibs and it's basic color works with all ink colors. I would love to see pastel paper and texture options (pebbling).
I use it for writing distinctive letters, and was expecting the original WHITE ever-so-slightly crinkled REAL ONION SKIN Paper. This was a flat, almost smooth, creamy colored paper and would work OK for tracing, but was not the original old-time onion skin paper I'm looking for.
I was so glad to find the onion skin paper and that it works in my printer. I use it to print patterns for my decorative painting. It saves time previously spent in hand tracing patterns and is cheaper than the vellum paper that I had been using. I have recommended to all of my painting friends.
I bought this paper to feed my 1935 Remington typewriter. I could not be more happy. [...]
I'm quite happy I ordered a ream of the all cotton "onion skin" paper. Its really fun paper to play with.
I ordered the paper so I could print a large number of pages but still fit them in a skinny portfolio.
The printing process was quite painful. Most laser printers would only print a page or two before jamming (the jams where often cause because the paper is so thin that either multiple sheets got pulled in together and one of them went off track or only some of the feed rollers grabbed the paper, causing it to twist and to crumple)
Amazingly, even though it often jammed the paper never ripped, it would always pull out of the printer whole (... covered with uncooked toner).
I had the best luck with a tiny home laser printer (the hp laserjet 1100) it has an almost straight down feed, and I could often get 20 or so pages through before I had a jam.
The pain, however, had a payoff. The pages I did get through were beautiful, it really is amazing paper. I mounted 36 printed pages 2 hole paper wallet (a "goldfold"), and everyone I showed it to was just amazed by the paper (both visually and tactilely - slightly clear, makes a "crinkling" sound when handled, slightly sticky to the touch)
All in all its good stuff.
I use this for Airmail paper, because American stores no longer carry any. Onionskin paper works quite well for this purpose, although because of it's transparency only one side can be used.
The quality of this paper is excellent. Made of 100 percent cotton, its strength is surprising for its weight and it takes ink very well without feathering.
[...] was exactly as expected.
Onion skin paper, a must for international correspondence, has disappeared from mainstream stationery and office-supply stores. But for those who still use the old-fashion way of writing long letters with a fountain pen to foreign correspondents onion skin paper is a must. Thank you Paper Mill. I will enjoy this batch and come back for more. I will definitely tell all members of the Pen Club about your product.
I make my own greeting cards and this paper is perfect for inserts and personal little notes. I also use it to soften images. Just love it. Thank you
This paper is wonderful for using my inks on. I do calligraphy and use many inks. Onion skin is simply beautiful, smooth to use.
[...] Good paper. [...]
This is a very fine and uniform grade of onion skin paper. It is not "rippled" like most old onion skin papers. The 9 lb. weight jams in the two HP printers I tried it with: 2420d and a 2600n. Otherwise, it's great for "old-fashioned" carbon copying using an "impact" typewriter, for photo page overlays in custom made photography books and for any craft project that needs a very lightweight, translucent paper.
This is a beautiful acid free paper that is a sheer paper that can be used in many arts and crafts projects. Like vellum but a different texture. [...]
I write many 'snail mail' letters and your paper is exactly the perfect weight for this. You used to be able to purchase 'onion skin' stationary but that is a thing of the past. Discovering your company and this product has saved the day for me. Thank you.
I rebuild manual typewriters and this paper is just perfect for letters and journal entries. Several people have had issues getting this fine paper moving through printers but I have an older laser jet and it feeds fine.
This paper has surpassed all my expectations and am going to order several cases before the end of the summer.
I'm an artist that likes to use obsolete items. This paper is beautiful, it's got a wonderful tactile quality and makes a nice crinkly sound when handled. This is a lightweight paper, once used for sending airmail. It's 25% cotton and stores well; I have documents typed on this medium from over thirty years ago. It's pricey but beautiful. I'm using it in a performance piece with 1970's typewriters.
Very good quality.
I used this paper for it's onion thin weight to illuminate in front of a candle. Too my surprise the manufacture stamped "Esleeck Fidelity Onion Skin" on every page. So needless to say it shows up like a secret message. I'm not able to use this paper for luminary purposes.
I looked for a while to find a good paper to use in my typewriter. I kept coming back here and after a couple weeks, finally made the purchase.
It was less expensive than similar papers in craft and specialties stores. I've been happily using the paper every day and while at first I thought it was a little flimsy, after typing the ink looks really good on the paper.
I'm thinking about buying a couple more reams to make sure I don't run out!
This product is actually obselete, except at the Paper Mill Store. My mother is very ill, but how her eyes sparkled when the product arrived !
No, it's not cockle-finished like the classic onion skin papers of old, but it does have a very usable surface, with good "pseudo"-cockling. I bought it for my typewriter and it works fine for typing, but I was surprised how well it works when using good quality inks, like J. Herbin's Perle Noire. The Paper Mill Store shipped fast, too. Highly recommended.
I have been journaling using onion skin for over 30 years and it is hard to find this specific item in any of the other stores in such quantity. Since you are the source, I will return to ensure that I have enough available to me. Thanks for all that you do.
This i'snt what I expected. I expected supper thin light weight paper, considering it is onion skin that is what I thought it would be but it i'snt. You might as well pay way less and just use regular paper.
Not all laser printers are equal and I found some of our correspondence looked smudged. I am using this until I can solve my stationery problem to fold with the letter to prevent smudging of the ink.
I had been searching on [...] for over a month and kept getting outbid because I did not think I could find onion skin paper for actual letter writing anymore. I was so tired of being outbid that I google searched and found the paper mill, I got twice the paper for the price I was bidding [...]
Quick response,feeds through printers that did not take other paper, Crisp lines,easier to sew .
Tears out easy when finished sewing.Can rip out mistakes and sew again.
Very thin and see thru. The best for paper piecing a quilt
I use this for paper patching bullets for Black Powder Cartridge Rifles and Muzzle loaders. It's really a good productfor this purpose. I will purchase again.
Very useful at a great price !
Great for PP bullets in my Gibbs long range and Sharps cartridge !
So I truly love crinkly onion skin paper, but it isn't what I got. I still love the smooth, but long for the crinkly. Any way to get the crinkly? I use it for longhand manuscripts
I looked in many shops in several cities, never finding onionskin paper until I stumbled across your website. I love the paper! Its elegant feel takes ink beautifully, and I appreciate the paper's feel. I use it to write letters to people I love. Paper is one of my favorite toys, so imagine my delight when I realized that the paper also folds well for origami.
My Mom loved it!!
Great paper. Durable, no print-through, white! I cut down on travel weight by printing maps and travel documents on this paper. Also, lovely for letters.
I collect and use fountain pens, both modern and "vintage," exclusively for writing letters. Yes, I'm one of those strange people who actually hand-write letters to my friends; and I have pen-pals all over the world, from the U.S. to England, Israel, Australia, and the Philippines. In addition to fountain pens, I also collect different inks in a rainbow of colors. I do NOT use ballpoints or rollerballs.
Most modern papers, especially those made from recycled material, are unfortunately horrible for fountain pens and inks. The ink feathers, spreads, and bleeds through; and the papers themself shed fibers that get stuck in the tines of the pen's nib.
I wasn't sure how this paper would act with fountain pens and ink, so I ordered a sample pack first. I was absolutely blown away! This paper is about as perfect as paper can get! It's lightweight for those overseas letters, and it has happily taken all varieties of inks from many different makes of pens with absolutely no bleed-through and no feathering. It is pure joy to use! I was so happy with my samples, I ordered a ream.
Onion skin paper is scarcer than hens' teeth, so I was both flabbergasted and delighted to find a place that still sells it; and I was even more delighted to discover that it's absolutely WONDERFUL to use with my fountain pens. I've been recommending this paper to my pen pals, all of whom have been impressed with its beautiful finish and the way it takes ink. (We like very white paper because it shows off the colors of our inks, and this paper shows them exquisitely!)
Please don't ever stop carrying this paper!
This lightweight paper has good strength and a surface that accepts any writing instrument. If you write letters to be airmailed, you need not worry about what the postage is going to cost you.
May seem odd but the Onion Skin Paper is just was I needed for my quilting project. Works great.
Used for drawing with wet and dry media, and general writing
I've used it for regular text in order to cut down on document thickness. Twenty-five lb. paper will make a 2000 page document much too thick to fit into a single binder. A serious problem for me. This papers top quality allows me to use it in my inkjet printer when other light weight paper only jams.
So hard to find this kind of paper. [...] product as described and expected.
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