Paper and lovely illustration
A few years back when I would only use Innisbrook, I accepted the higher price in the understanding that 1) it was often a fundraiser. I continued without a school association because I loved it. 2) It was top-quality paper. You could do anything to this thick, beautiful paper and it would not rip. 3) It was very long. I could wrap many boxes in it because it lasted a long time. Now, the rolls are short and ill-sized. They are too long for shirt boxes, and leave behind a medium piece after cutting that is also an odd size. But the biggest issue is that this paper now rips, much like the cheaper paper in stores. Disappointing!! Especially because this is still expensive paper.
It’s very pretty.
Nice complement to black silhouette themes
Love the colors!