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Looking for the perfect pale pink paper

Discussion in 'Printing & Print Design Forum:' started by donadawson, Feb 23, 2015.

  1. donadawson

    donadawson New Member

    Hello everyone,
    I hope I am posting this in the right section.

    During the last few weeks I have been searching everywhere for the a particular shade of pink paper for a stationary project. As the is extremely important I am pretty open on the paper qualities: It could be both uncoated or coated (with just a hint of a preference on the first) and could be slightly textured, but not heavily embossed.*I am attaching a few pictures I found on the web that are close to the shade I am looking for: it is basically a pale, skinlike pink, that needs to look much more 'real' than a classic baby pink. I know the pictures below are quite different from each other, but I believe each of those shades is really interesting and could work within my project, where it will be duplexed with ebony Colorplan.

    At the moment the closest solutions I have are Keaycolour Original Biscuit – which looks too little pink – and Favini’s Burano in Salmon – which looks a bit too pink.*So I thought I'd give it a try and see if any of you has any suggestions.

    Paper mills/distributors that I got in contact with so far are (a lot):
    GF Smith

    Crossing my fingers and looking forward to hear your thoughts!


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