This month’s Paper Project is now closed to receive samples, comments may still be posted below.
The Paper Project puts FREE Exaclair paper samples in your hands to the first 30 people who sign up – allowing you to try before you buy. 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.
Have you been chosen to receive samples? We would appreciate if you would please come back and offer any feedback you may have about this month’s products on this page. Comments may be submitted even after we close the post to new participants.
For the month of August we are offering 1 sample sheet each of yellow and white 8×12″ Rhodia lined paper with a margin from the No. 19 pads.
If you are looking for a premium yellow legal pad, Rhodia offers the 8×12″ No. 19. With a slightly different texture than the white, we are offering a sample of each so you can see the difference for yourself. Both the yellow and the white are 80g and come 80 sheets to a pad.
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 20 offerings of G. Lalo Coreale Deckled Edge Correspondence Cards: “This paper is almost too beautiful to write on. However, it is a pleasure to use. It takes any ink. if you have an embossing tool it is a perfect paper to emboss, deboss, engrave or send to a letterpress shop. I think this is a better way to send thank you note than the cheap notes I have used in the past.”
From Dave on Week 19’s Le Carre samples: “Each of the samples from the LeCarre Pad performed just as expected. Using my staedtler triplus rollers, I found the paper to be ultra-smooth and accepting to the colors. Dry time was about 2 seconds for each of my sample drawings. I love the graph format because it helps me to conceptualize my ideas to be executed through my still very rudimentary drawing skills. The LeCarre Pad is definitely a winner in my book and I’ll look to add some to my collection.”
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 3, Week 4, Week 5, Week 6, Week 7, Week 8, Week 9, Week 10, Week 11, Week 12 , Week 13, Week 14 , Week 15, Week 16, Week 17, Week 18, Week 19, and Week 20
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