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I am looking for heavy weight acetate (7 MM)for card bases.
I looked at a thread from last year that recommended to buy from Flourishes ot PaperTrey,just wondering if there are any other places where you can buy in bulk, say 50 or 100 sheets. They have great prices but the shipping cost is more then the acetate. I see that some people call this Clear Cardstock but then it sometimes gets confused with Vellum.
Thanks in advance for any tips where I can find this!
I have a bulk pack from 'Short Cuts' but I tried now to find them on the web without success. There is an email address on the paper package if you'd like to try to contact them: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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I have the acetate sheets from Flourishes and I love the weight of them. But I agree that the cost of shipping from there is a bit much. Does anyone know how to decipher the different weights of the acetate? In this thread, some of the comments refer to the weights as 7MM, .003 and .020 but what exactly is the difference between them? I prefer the heavy weight like the one from Flourishes (and they don't tell you what the weight is) because it makes nice sturdy treat boxes.