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Re: Free-draw paper

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croberts (b2w6w4kn)
Fri, 18 Jun 1999 21:16:59 -0400


Our local newspaper sells the end of the newsprint rolls very, very
inexpensive. I use a mat knife and cut through several layers, and then cut
into smaller pieces using the cutting board.
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Carolyn Roberts
E. B. Frink Middle School
Kinston, NC

>Teri's note reminded me what I wanted to ask this list -- what do you all
>use for free draw paper? At one time I had a great supplier in our local
>industry, but it has dwindled. I just used up a bunch of old green and
>white striped holes-in -the-edges computer paper. Miscopied xerox paper is
>always great, but are there other supply sources out there? Thanks for
>your help!
>Liz in rural NY
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>> Teri wrote:
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>> I also use mis-copied papers from the copy room as "free-draw" paper.
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