Astrobrights Color Paper, 8.5? x 11?, 24 lb/89 gsm, Terrestrial Teal, 500 Sheets (21849)
Impress with the brightest and the best Designer colors help you create notices, flyers, announcements and bulletins that grab peoples attention. Specialized engineering ensures trouble-free performance in all laser and inkjet devices. Acid-free stock provides excellent fade resistance. Size: 8 1/2 x 11 Paper Colors: Terrestrial Teal Paper Weight: 24 lb.
Neenah Astrobrights Color Papers and Cardstock
These are the original bright colored papers. At home, school, and in the office, these are the bold, deeply saturated colors that get all the attention – direct mail stands out, announcements are read, invitations are seen, bulletin boards are brighter and paper crafts are more fun. The whole point is to convey a message and Astrobrights colors do it in a big way. Available in two weights: 24 lb. Writing (89 gms) and 65 lb. Cover (120 gms).
Excellent Performance, Exceptional Value
These papers are truly brilliant. The first and the largest selection of bright paper in the industry. Bright colors grab your attention first. But don't take our word for it! Order Astrobrights Papers for your next print project.
Consider these findings from GA Wright Marketing, Inc., Color Matters, and Color Marketing Group.
- Color paper utilizes less ink than traditional white paper alternatives.
- Color accelerates learning from 55 to 78 percent.
- Color increases retention by 18 percent.
- Color increases comprehension by 73 percent.
- Color improves readership by as much at 40 percent.
Bright Colors Inspire Your Creativity
Card Making, Paper Crafting, Invitations, Table Décor, Home Accents, Organization, Photo Mattes, Scrap Book Pages, Handbills, Posters
Bright Colors are Good for Business
Coupon Offers, Event Promotions, Announcements, Brochures, Newsletters, Direct Mail, Flyers, Sell Sheets, Notices, Posters
Generate Bright Ideas in the Classroom
Art Projects, Bulletin Board Décor, Event Notices, Handbills, Calendars, Organization, Team Rosters and Schedules, Divider Pages, Programs, Class Assignments
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On what planet is this red ? My only guess is it is called rocket red because it was sent on a rocket to another planet and aliens trying to understand human "earth" colors blindly named it such. Please trust me on this , I am an artist - I know my colors , but clearly the people working for this company did not ...
If you are ordering this because you need FLORESCENT CORAL paper , then - by all means purchase it ...but please do not make the same mistake i did , which was expecting to recieve a ream of red paper
Obviously it will not pay to ship this back and I will end up ordering paper from another company (NOT NEEHAH) I'm sure I will be able to use this in another application, just very upset I need to buy a replacement
Just to be sure it wasn't me (I AM a guy, after all... I'm a bit useless beyond secondary colors), I turned all the lights on and asked my Darling Bride if she thought it was red. NOPE.
It's really difficult to describe a color... I mean, try explaining to someone what a rose smells like. But this is more of a pinkish color than it is red. A lot more pinkish. Maybe a coral on steroids, but it's not red.
I bought this paper specifically for a project that requires red paper. I printed out four sample pages, but I'm pretty sure that this paper won't work.
So if you need a ream (minus four pages) of not-pink-not-coral-but-definitely-not-red paper cheap, let me know!
Astrobright paper itself is wonderful- vibrant color and good weight. Folds very well for origami paper if you prefer to cut your own squares.
We have an alarm company with the word American in our name, so in keeping with the theme, our reports are printed on white paper, using the red as section dividers. The reports are then bound with a navy blue back cover and clear front.
With the exception of the front and back covers, all pages have printed text; and this is the problem. When the paper arrived, I did notice that it was a bit wider and longer than standard 8 1/2" X 11" paper but didn't expect to have a problem with it. When printing reports, all of the paper is loaded in the order it's to be printed, 1 white cardstock, 2 whites a red, 4 whites a red, 5 whites a red, etc. To do as we have always done, the paper guides had to be reset to allow for the extra 1/8" width. Everything printed on the red paper was perfectly straight. Unfortunately, the standard sized white paper kept shifting within the guides and the pages were either printed crooked or jammed in the printer. We finally gave up and started trimming the paper to match the standard size. It's been a few months and we only have about 400 more sheets to trim!
Update: I did finally give up and donated the oversized red and ordered another pack. The sizing of the new pack is exactly 8 1/2" X 11" and for that, it got a star upgrade.