Monday, June 8th, 2015

Sign Up Now: Paper Project Week 19 Samples from Rhodia Le Carre

Stephanie

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This offer is closed to new participants
Comments from this month’s Paper Project recipients may still be posted below. 

The Paper Project puts FREE Exaclair paper samples in your hands – allowing you to try before you buy. Once a month, we will be offering samples from 1-4 Exaclair products to the first 50 people who sign up.

There is no limit to how many months you may participate and if chosen, you will be notified via e-mail that the samples are on their way.

If you have been chosen to receive samples, please come back and offer any feedback you may have about these products on this corresponding week’s page.

Week 19 samples for The Paper Project include 2 sheets of graph ruled paper from each of the 5 3/4 x5 3/4″ and 8 1/4 x8 1/4″ Rhodia Le Carré pads. Rhodia Le Carré pads contain 80 sheets of micro perforated 80g white graph ruled paper.

Which will be your favorite, and why? 

We want to know how this product stands up to your favorite pens and pencils, (or other art or writing supplies you’d like to try with it). You may leave your comments on this page, and we also welcome and encourage you to blog about your experience. Feel free to share these links to your favorite social media sites. 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 this corresponding month’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: surface texture, ruling, ink, etc.
  • How do you like using your favorite writing/art supplies 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?

From Jeff Dickerson on Week 10 offerings: “…absolutely no bleed through with fountain pen ink. All three had great surfaces and my fountain pen grabbed well and dried quickly. The ivory with gray lines is a beautiful color and my black ink stands out on it. Ink dried in 30 seconds but if blotted it dried immediately.”

From Tony Thomas on the Week 13 offering: First, I tried it as a mouse pad. Works great. Next, as a writing pad. Although the grid lines are darker than I would like (I prefer the faint violet lines), it performed flawlessly for writing using a variety of fountain pens and inks. No bleed through and very faint show through. I also tried it with pencil and was very impressed with its smoothness. Another great product from Rhodia and highly recommended!’

Rhodia Week 12 at bjw-draw “This week I discovered an irresistible combo from Rhodia and JetPens. Clairefontaine GraF it 90g paper and the Rook pen. … the perfect match for this paper that has just a little bit of tooth to hold the nib but still allow for the smooth line.”

You can also check out all the reviews that people are posting in the comment sections of posts from Week 1 Week 2,  Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6Week 7Week 8Week 9Week 10Week 11Week 12 , Week 13Week 14 Week 15,  Week 16Week 17, and Week 18

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!)

 


11 thoughts on “Sign Up Now: Paper Project Week 19 Samples from Rhodia Le Carre

  1. This paper is so light weight, yet completely fountain pen and brush pen friendly. While copics do bleed through (as they do on everything) the smooth paper allows for gorgeous blending. the grid size is perfect, though a little dark for my tastes. the trademark violet colour is more forgiving on the eyes than the boring blue grids.

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