(Closed) Can’t Find: Inexpensive Patterned Paper

posted 13 years ago in DIY
Post # 16
216 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2021 - Outdoor ceremony, banquet hall reception

What about wrapping paper? That’s what I’m using to line my envelopes, since I nearly choked when I saw the price of Paper Source paper… yikes!

Post # 17
23 posts
  • Wedding: June 2009

I agree with all of the others on trying out Paper Mojo.  Their customer service is great!  I was nervous to order the paper I liked since it was listed as backordered with an estimate of 3-4weeks before it would ship.  I called up and spoke to a wonderful lady would asked what type of paper I was looking for, and told me that she’d be sure to include it on her bulk order that she was getting ready to put in this Friday.  So even if something shows up as backordered, just give them a call and see if they can put in the order for you! 

Post # 18
18 posts

I USED WRAPPING PAPER TOO!! I’m so proud 🙂 I actually thought it of that myself and bought some rolls from Target- they have some very high quality wrapping paper that has the very natural paper feel to it.

Another suggestion: I used to work at an Interior design firm and constantly they would throw out wallpaper sample books. I have about 10 books that are HUGE(bigger than scrapbooking sizes). THey were discontinued but if you were really adventurous, ask them or Home Depot(places that sell wallpaper) and just tell them what you’re doing and they should help you give you some.

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