The Paper Project is our way to offer a variety of Exaclair paper samples to 50 people each week. Every Monday, we will be offering paper samples from 1-4 products to 50 people on a first come, first served basis. (There is no limit to how many weeks you can participate!) Samples will be mailed once we reach 50 participants with recipients being notified via e-mail.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST – WE HAVE REACHED 50 PARTICIPANTS FOR THIS WEEK. TUNE IN NEXT MONDAY FOR THE NEXT INSTALLMENT OF THE PAPER PROJECT
EEK! I inadvertently noted the incorrect products for this weeks samples:
Week 3 samples will include sheets from the : 5×8 Webnotepad Lined, (same as Webbie paper) 6×8 Lined R, 6×8 Lined Rhodia 80g
Week 3 samples will include 1 sheet each from the 5×8″ lined, blank and dot ruled Webnotepad. This is the same paper found in our much loved Webbies. (Webnotebooks)
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If you have been chosen to receive samples in any given week, please come back and leave comments on the corresponding week’s page. We welcome you to blog or share to your favorite social media sites about your experiences.
Tag #rhodiapaperproject on Instagram and Pinterest. If you’d like us to see your Paper Project blog posts, post your links in the comment section on corresponding week’s page OR to our Rhodia Drive Facebook page.
What kind of comments are we looking for?
- Tell us what you like/don’t like about the paper.
- How do you like using pencil/pen/fountain pen on it.
- Would you use it to write/draw/doodle/sketch etc.?
- …and anything else you think we should know.
Need a few recent reviews for inspiration?
re: Rhodia Ice “I love that the grey graph is dark enough to guide my lines but not so pronounced as to distract from the words themselves.”
“maybe the best paper I have ever used for ink drawings. It accepts all the types of ink I depend on in my work.”
If you are viewing this post via e-mail or on a mobile device, you may need to visit Rhodia Drive directly to see the entry form. (Entries must be received through the form – please do not post your name and address in the comment section of this post to receive samples. Thank you!)