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I'm making some journals and don't want to use a store-bought notebook to alter. I'd like to know what other people are using for the lined paper (and where to purchase it), a better quality than notebook or theme paper, preferred.
Try Aaron Bros. and Paper Source. They both sell "parts" to make books so they may carry the paper you are looking for. Not sure what they have on line but in their stores they have a good selection.
I download a lot of this type of thing, then I have full choice on the type of paper I print on. Here Here Here
These sites have graph paper in various grid designs, journal paper, calligrahy paper, music score- you name it. Hth
I love to make my own books. I have recently made several password books and I use Staples Laser paper in bright white, 28 lb. It is a bit heavier than regualr printer paper, it is super smooth (one of my musts) and the bright white isn't blinding. It isn't as white as SU whisper white to give you an example. I use Microsoft word to make my own lined paper template.