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Join Date: 06 May 2006
Location: Colorado, USA
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Hi, Chronata! I appreciate your industriousness, but that just sounds like too much work to me. DraagonStorm has the right idea: keep it simple. Selecting the right cardstock and laminate to achieve the results YOU desire are necessary for the successful completion of your project. I would like to offer a suggestion: if you live in or near a large city, use your phone book to locate stores that specialize in paper products (I go to one called XPedx). These stores carry hundreds, maybe even thousands of papers and cardstocks in a plethora of colors, patterns, textures, densities, thicknesses and finishes. I am confident that you could find something that would serve your purposes without having to resort to the use of two paper products. They are sold by the sheet as well as by the ream, so you could buy several "contenders" and then try them with your laminate "contenders" till you find the combination that is perfect for your requirements. Just a thought. All the best to you. Cindy
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