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Old 01-29-2014, 01:43 PM   #1
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I am trying to find Stampin Up's grid paper pad, Item # 102787. Has it been discontinued? I've had my existing pad for I don't know how long, and I'm down to my last few sheets.
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The current # is 130148. I think they changed it. Mine is the old stuff too.

eta: http://www.stampinup.com/ECWeb/Produ...oductID=130148
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Thank you, Gale!
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If you have a scanner, you could scan a sheet then print yourself some more.
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The su grid paper is way bigger than anything that would fit in my printer. Also, I like that it's a pad of paper. I can do projects on top of it and when it's dirty/stamped/whatever I can just tear off the top sheet and the rest stay put. I don't really use the grid feature all that much but it's nice when I need it.
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Ah, I gather is more desktop blotter size then? I was thinking A4. I have an A3 drawing pad I work on top of for the same reason as you- when its full, rip it off and start a fresh one.
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I actually use the grid feature quite often. What I like most is that I can use the front and back multiple times to protect my stamping surface, stamp off excess ink, etc. I also use it when I've cleaned my stamps to makes sure there's no ink left on the stamp before putting it away (I stamp the cleaned stamps on the pad--this dries them off well, too).

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I think it's 11" x 16".

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I purchased a Crayola kids drawing pad that is a 12 x 16 (an odd number I know but I measured twice!) pad of paper. The price is right and I rarely used the grid on the SU grid paper.
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Ok, I'm wanting to find this grid paper now too...and putting grid paper OR the number into the search isn't working...neither is that link above, it takes me to the front of the store. So...can anyone tell me if this is still available, and if so HOW I find it?

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We'll have to wait to order grid paper. Information update from 4/23: Currently, the following items are NOT ORDERABLE:
119859: Extra-Large Oval Punch
120279: Clear-Block Storage Caddy
126189: Paper-Piercing Tool
129381: Ovals Collection Framelits
130148: Grid Paper
137898: Calypso Coral Pompom Trim
137909: Artisan Embellishment Kit
137951: So You Project Kit
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Ok, thanks! May have to come up with a different plan then. LOL
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That means it will be available, but it's stuck in the ports somewhere. There is an ongoing slowdown at the port in Los Angeles. In order to avoid crazy long backorders, Stampin' Up has been turning off item numbers that have been affected. I hope this gets straightened out soon. Sigh...
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Oh ok, thanks!! I'll just check back then, when I can order some more goodies! )
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If the grid is not important to you, I have used this type of paper when doing activities at the office with my coworkers.

It is called ledger/tabloid paper and is 11x17:

Boise X 9 Multipurpose Copy Paper 11 x 17 92 U.S. Brightness 24 Lb 500 Sheets Per Ream by Office Depot & OfficeMax

ETA: I see you do use the grid feature. I think AMuse may have grid paper.
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That means it will be available, but it's stuck in the ports somewhere. There is an ongoing slowdown at the port in Los Angeles. In order to avoid crazy long backorders, Stampin' Up has been turning off item numbers that have been affected. I hope this gets straightened out soon. Sigh...
Our paper had an article about the backlog at the ports in Los Angeles and it said this time it is the truckers who refusing to work due to lack of pay increases in several years . It said the truckers plan to be out of work this next week .

It looks like we will be waiting a while for the grid paper.
In a pinch we could print some free grid paper from the Internet and tape a couple of 8 1/2 x 11 sheets together . Crafter's make do with what they have
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Thanks for your help! I can just use some graph paper if it comes down to it...just wanted to get some of the grid paper next time I ordered if I could...but will see if it's in by then or not. Course not sure when I'll be able to order more...just knew I wanted to get that so thought I'd put it in my cart, so I didn't forget it. LOL I'll just try to keep it in mind, so I don't forget to at least check for it next time. ) Thanks again!
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I picked up an oversized desk pad that has the grid marks at a local office supply store.
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I wondered if something like that would work...just haven't been to an office supply store to see if I could find anything.
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