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Old 12-05-2010, 04:36 PM   #1
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Ok since Blush blossom has been retired where is everyone getting their skin toned paper for say paper dolls and such??
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Same here? Have not seen anything close either...
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I am sure you have pastel papers in the art stores. There are a couple of shades in Canson's Mi-Teintes pastel papers that I have used for skin tones in punch art for years and years. I only know the names in French, though - one might be Oyster in English perhaps. Personally I've always liked the extra bit of texture too - one side is a bit smoother than the other. It's not as heavy as cardstock, I don't think it would be sufficient on its own for a doll base, but could be layered with thin white card.
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Old 12-06-2010, 04:24 AM   #4
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I tried that, its too pink, but thank you
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Bazzil has tons of colors. I'm sure they have something like what you are looking for. Most scrapbook stores and I think Michaels carry Bazzil.
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