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Strathmore Artist Trading Cards 2 1/2 in. x 3 1/2 in. 300 series Bristol smooth Pack 20 cards

Artist Trading Cards are a whole new “movement” in the art world. The idea is to create original miniature works of art- and then swap trade and collect Art Cards by your friends and other artists. Artist Trading Cards are available for just about every media; both wet and dry. There are even envelopes to hold your finished cards. Strathmore Bristol Artist Trading Cards are heavy duty acid free smooth textured paper. There are 20 100lb sheets per pack. They measure 2-1/2 x 3-1/2 inches. The sheets are not bound; they come in a plastic resealable packet.

Product Features

  • Weight: 100 lb. (260 g/m2)
  • Surface: Smooth / Vellum

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3 comments to Strathmore Artist Trading Cards 2 1/2 in. x 3 1/2 in. 300 series Bristol smooth Pack 20 cards

  • Riven "ladyriven"

    Perfect for Marker or Ink ACEOs Bristol paper is a cardstock that holds ink very well. I’ve used it with Prismacolor markers for years and plan to start using it with Copics soon. If you do your ACEOs (artist trading cards) with ink or art markers, as many people do, these Bristol cards are an ideal purchase because they take the ink very well and there isn’t too much bleed. You’ll see some color on the opposite side, but not so much that it will soak through to another sheet of paper. Highly recommended.

  • J. Carrillo

    Good Quality Purchased the sketch cards- Good Quality- served their purpose well. Would buy again if needed. Good writing and drawing surface- held ink well.

  • Amber Delaine "Amber Delaine"

    Work well for ATCs I use these with ink and pencil and they work great. The ink does not bleed on the paper which is more than I can say for lots of other papers I have used. Good quality and good price.

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