Nail file match book and holder

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  1. tpags1971 Traci P Elite Plus 2017 Reunion Elite Member Registered Member

    Hello.
    I have had my files for a bit now and I am now trying g to make some up but what kind d of paper should I use for both the file holder and the Polish holder please
     
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  2. paulakw "P" Staff Member Staff

    cardstock would work best (or other heavy weight paper stock ...some people will use a heavy photo paper for a nice presentation ...but that adds to the cost so that has to be a decision each person makes)
     
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    tpags1971 Traci P Elite Plus 2017 Reunion Elite Member Registered Member

    Thanks as always Paula.
     
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  4. wishfulthinker Roxy Staff Member Staff

    Thanks for helping Paula.... experiment with the card/paper you have and you will soon decide what you think is best for you
     
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  5. bev12sue Maui Hawaii May 2014 Elite Plus

    I use Kodak Gloss Brilliant photo paper 180 g/m 48lb and I love how it looks, colors are bright and crisp and it folds easy.
    I use it for everything I print no matter what it is. I usually get it at either Walmart or Best Buy stores.
     
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  6. auntbea01 Elite Registered Member

    I use a little of it all, but keep going back to Staples brand of 110 pound card stock. Georgia Pacific has a card stock that is sold at Sam's that is awesome to use, but I am no longer a Sam's member. It is double the price on the outside market. Good luck!
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  7. jenel Queen of Her Own World! Staff Member Lifetime Elite Platinum Elite Plus 2017 Reunion

    I use all kinds of paper depending on what the project is. I also like the Georgia Pacific brand of card stock and I get it for $5-6 at Walmart for a ream. I like to use presentation/brochure paper more so than photo paper for some items. It give it the same clean, bright, crisp colors as photos paper but not a thick. Again, try them all and see what works best for you and your own projects.
     
  8. latitude LIFETIME MEMBER Elite

    Thank you all for helping:)
     
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    tpags1971 Traci P Elite Plus 2017 Reunion Elite Member Registered Member

    Thank you so much I am going out school Supply shopping g tomorrow with my 8 year old and I am doing wrapping supplies for this 45 year old lol.
    Thank you again sooo much appreciated
    Xoxox
     

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