Colored Drawing and Craft Papers

Colored Drawing and Craft Papers

Discover a large variety of colored paper that is made especially for drawing, mixed media, or crafting. Starting with colored paper can make drawings pop or give added dimension to a project.

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  • Strathmore ArtAgain Paper

    Strathmore ArtAgain Paper

    Strathmore has always made the finest papers and this line of papers is no different! ArtAgain paper series are 10% post-consumer recycled.

  • Mi-Teintes Paper

    Mi-Teintes Paper

    Mi-Teintes is our most popular paper for pastel, charcoal and any dry media. Ink-Jet printable, it is fade resistant. Paper sheets are 19X25 inches and available in 60 colors with a vellum textured surface on one side and flatter surface on the reverse. 66% cotton and gelatin sized. All colors (except black) are acid free. 

  • Canford Paper

    Canford Paper

    Canford paper by Daler-Rowney is available in 38 matte finish colors that are acid-free and lignin-free. All sheets are 20.5 x 30.5 inches. Paper series is 70lb. while card stock is 140 lb. This paper is perfect for any art project were a smooth durable paper is required. Ink-Jet and Laser printable.

    Click here for complete color chart.

  • Construction Paper

    Construction Paper

    Construction paper is a thick inexpensive paper made from wood pulp that is dyed to bright colors popular with teachers and school children across the world. The Strathmore art papers for Kids offer a step up in quality and fade resistance. Oak Tag is popular for signage or stenciling. Choose from Array, Pacon, Riverside & Strathmore. 

  • HyGloss Papers

    HyGloss Papers

    HyGloss specializes in coated papers and vellums precut to letter size for use in scrapbooking and general art projects. HyGloss vellum sheets are inkjet compatible and are perfect for invitations by themselves or when paired with a decorative paper. The uses are limitless! 

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