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CHA Paperlines & More: 3M Post-It Craft Paper

One of the most sensible and interesting innovations of the new year is the new Post-It Craft Paper by 3M. It’s something so simple we honestly were surprised it didn’t already exist!

Great cardstock colors available, designed specifically for parties and the holidays:

Some of the CraftyCon team sat down for the Make n’ Take at the 3M/Post It booth. What a fun and easy to use product!

Perfect for people who have trouble centering a layer on the first try. Here is first time Card Maker and official Craft Happening “Man in Suit”, Jeff Eells making crafting look easy! Like standard Post-It’s, the adhesive is re-positionable.

It also has a white core… so sanding removes the top color layer to reveal a white base below!

We like the 81/2″ x 12″ size. Perfect for printers, die-cutters, embossing, cardmaking and scrapbooking alike.

And look… Cricut and Post It are pals! They even have the settings for the Cricut on the paper! We wish all paper did this. Using these settings allows you to cut just through the paper, not the backing of the adhesive backed paper; making crafting with kids or making multiple cards a breeze.

So what do you think; is Post-It Craft Paper a thumbs up?

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5 Responses to CHA Paperlines & More: 3M Post-It Craft Paper

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    Cathy T January 30, 2010 at 12:24 pm #

    I just wanted to leave my opinion about this paper. I was not impressed. I was excited about the product. Its great to have adhesive backed paper when working with little pieces when using the Cricut. (I was using DCWV adhesive backed paper, but its white core would cause problems depending on the color used). I first was disappointed with the price of the 3M paper. Too expensive, but I wanted to try it and was able to purchase i with a coupon. Then, I was disappointed with the weight of the paper. Its too thin. Its more like heavier printer paper rather than cardstock. So, I won’t be buying this paper again because it just wasn’t worth it.

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    Karen January 30, 2010 at 12:39 pm #

    I saw someone use this a while ago on a cricut product but was never able to find the post again. I thought it was a great idea. Sorry to hear it was a disappointment. Where do you find it at?

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    Janine January 30, 2010 at 12:43 pm #

    I haven’t tried the 3M Craft Paper yet but have noticed that it is a little on the expensive side. I’ve seen a few videos on YouTube where a couple of different people have demonstrated using the paper with various projects (cricut projects). The cheapest place I’ve found this paper online is at Scrapbooking Warehouse. They have it for 5.88/pack.

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    rush8888 January 30, 2010 at 1:39 pm #

    you said that it is repositional. does that mean that it will remain that way (which is kind of silly if a card will fall apart) or does it become permanent with time? what cathy t said, i wouldn’t want it, either.

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    cleversomeday January 31, 2010 at 6:33 pm #

    Yeah, this is a great idea that was poorly implemented. I got samples of this at CHA summer and it works great at first but like post-it notes the adhesive lets go after a period of time, so only good for temporary projects. Also like post it notes it is way too expensive.