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    Does anyone know the name of the very soft paper that you wet and then tear into shapes. Scrappers used it a lot to make teddy bears. I am FINALLY getting rid of all my paper scrapping supplies and I have a lot of this paper, but totally forgot the name of it.

  • #2
    Sorry Nancy, can't help you.

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    • NancyP
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      Robyn!!! What did you do to your avatar????? Where is that sweet pretty lady that use to be there???????

    • Robyn
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      It's the new and improved me...........probably just temporary.

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    hmmmm ..... do you know what weight it is? could it possibly be water colour paper ? ... it gives a fuzzy end when tearing ? ... it's pressed paper and the one I'm thinking of is cold pressed and maybe 90 lbs?

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    • #4
      Do you mean tissue paper Nancy??

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      • #5
        Nope not tissue paper, but Sue C yes it has fuzzy edges when you tear it apart, and its best to wet it before tearing it. You don't cut this, you just tear it.

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        • Sue C
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          sounds like watercolour paper to me or something very similar ...what will you do with it ? make more teddy bears ???

        • NancyP
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          Actually I am selling all my scrapbooking supplies!! Time for it to be GONE as I never use it any more. You would not believe what my house looks like!!!! You don't realize how much you collect throughout the years!

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        Translucent paper comes to mind, some of it is hard, some of it soft: easily torn. However I could be wrong, I'm having sensitivities to light & eye problems & headaches since my accident.

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        • Sue C
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          This disturbs me big time !!! ..... have you seen or gone back to your gp and your eye doctor ? ... your insurance company needs to know about this as well ... you may need more help and this is something you should not leave !!!!

      • #7
        Crepe Paper perhaps ? Nancy that they make Christmas decorations from xxx

        OR there is a paper called Unryu which has threads through it
        Last edited by Anita; 02-16-2018, 04:15 PM.

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        • #8
          Do you mean mulberry paper Nancy? xxx

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          • Sue C
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            I bet that's it lol ... never thought of it

          • BrightEyes
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            Bet it is Mulberry paper... was just coming in to suggest that. It has different width of threads running through it. I have lots of it on rolls. I use it by wetting where I want it to tear - then add pieces of it to the inside of clear glass vases, etc with mod-podge. Place a LED tea light inside and it is so pretty.

        • #9
          Originally posted by tracpitch View Post
          Do you mean mulberry paper Nancy? xxx

          ​YES, YES, YES!!!!! That's it!! Mulberry paper!!!! I was going crazy trying to remember the name of this paper!!! Thank you everyone, for helping me!!!

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          • #10
            Oh I know the feeling Nancy when you just can't remember something so obvious and it drives you crazy lol....glad to be able to help xxx

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            • #11
              oh you brought me memories I used to this bears yes mulberry paper
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