« Players Classically Styled Crimson Maple Pool Cue (C-960) Style: 20 oz. 12 Pcs Wooden Engines & Train Cars Collection fits Thomas, Brio, Chuggington » 3 thoughts on “ROYLCO DESIGN CRAFT PAPER ANTIQUE PAPER 8.5X11 32/SHEETS by Roylco” 124 of 128 people found the following review helpful It’s Not Parchment, December 6, 2011 By Lisa Holmes (Upland, CA USA) – = Durability: = Fun: = Educational: Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: ROYLCO DESIGN CRAFT PAPER ANTIQUE PAPER 8.5X11 32/SHEETS by Roylco (Office Product) This paper is classified as a “toy” and I can see why. Before I could get to this essay part of my review here, Amazon had me answer “Are you over 13?”, “How much fun is this toy?”, “How would you rate this toy’s educational value?” etc. So no problem if you know this paper is considered a “toy”, but if you are trying to use the paper create something an adult would be satisfied with, such as a Book of Shadows from the “Charmed” TV series or a Grail Diary from the Indiana Jones movie, you may be disappointed by the feel of the paper. It is very thin and floppy, not like parchment paper at all. There is such a difference, I wouldn’t want to ever combine parchment with this paper, as it would amplify the differences making parchment feel like stiff cardstock and this paper feel as thin as Bible pages. It feels even thinner than the regular blue-line paper I use. If you want to do calligraphy on this paper, you probably need to know this. Just so you know, the edges of this paper arrive squared off just like normal paper, but it is lightly cut about 1 half-inch all around in the irregular way that is supposed to make it look old and ragged. That half-inch edge remains lightly attached in several places and flops around until you tear it away. I did not try to put the paper in a printer, but since the 1/2 inch edges are floppy, it could be a problem. Summary: If the weight and texture of the paper are important to you, opt for real parchment paper. If you just want to make some pirate maps for a 5-year old, this paper is fine. Using the paper in a printer could be a problem due to the perforated edges being so loosely attached 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comments (3) Reply 51 of 53 people found the following review helpful Good for work by hand but forget about a printer, November 29, 2011 By John “Brutal” (Richmond, Va) – = Durability: Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: ROYLCO DESIGN CRAFT PAPER ANTIQUE PAPER 8.5X11 32/SHEETS by Roylco (Office Product) It’s nice looking paper but dont expect to be able to feed it though a printer. The perforated edges were already knocked out on most of the edges. You need that intact to put in a printer. I tried taking the edging off completely and used drafting tape to attach it to another piece of paper but it still jammed in both of the printers I have. Sending it though without the edges works but the alignment will be off and comes out crooked. Ill save the rest of the sheets for any hand drawn projects I have in the future. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply 104 of 116 people found the following review helpful You can make this yourself guys, May 26, 2012 A Kid’s Review = Durability: = Fun: = Educational: This review is from: ROYLCO DESIGN CRAFT PAPER ANTIQUE PAPER 8.5X11 32/SHEETS by Roylco (Office Product) Seriously, don’t buy this crap. Just make it yourself. boil some tea, put it into some pans and then soak the paper overnight. Boom, It looks just like 1800’s paper. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comments (2) Reply Leave a comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.