Melissa & Doug Drawing Paper Pad (9 x 12 inches) - 50 Sheets, 3-Pack
Score By Feature
OveReview Final Score
Questions & Answers
There's definitely more of a printer paper feel to this. I would even call it flimsier. The same concern affected me, so I read the other answers and placed my order. It's certainly nothing more than plain white printer paper since the other answers were written, but maybe they changed the paper somehow since the others were written. It was a real disappointment for me.
Cards arranged in an index
A lot of care has been taken to make these books. It is very easy to remove the paper.
The weight of it doesn't seem to make sense it's You can use it to draw on, not to print.
Selected User Reviews For Melissa & Doug Drawing Paper Pad (9 x 12 inches) - 50 Sheets, 3-Pack
It is a little disappointing to see this paper. The paper is pretty much like regular printer paper in terms of thickness it's thick enough so the markers wouldn't bleed through so much. However, it's advertised as being ideal for markers. There is also a problem with the edges of the pages not tearing In the end, I end up tearing the pages out for my kids, since they rip the pages if they try.
Paper of this weight is not heavy. I would say that it's about the same as printer paper, however that is a generous assessment. In addition to working with watercolors, the item description said it would work with other things as well. However, it says that the pads of paper are great for pencils, markers, and crayons on the actual pads. A one-sided description of the product makes me feel pretty disappointed, so I decided to return the product.
Despite good intentions, the paper turned out to be extremely low quality. The paper was much thinner than I had expected, not being the "Premium Heavy Weight" as stated in the description and on the product.
Despite the fact that they didn't have anything wrong with them, I thought the paper would be thicker or a little more durable, but it's no better than computer paper or other paper used for printing. It is a good deal to get a 500-pack of computer paper for this price. The sheets here are 150, compared to 150 You'll have to deal with it another time if you want to encourage your toddler to use a pad. The pages do tear out/off the pad like crazy, though, so if you have a toddler who is as young as mine (she is about to turn 2) then she would pull every page out anyway and color a couple marks on it. To keep her occupied, I am tearing out a few pages at a time and letting her go crazy on them rather than giving her the whole thing. My computer paper would have been much more useful if I had just acquired it. In general, I recommend it, but be careful about what you are purchasing because you might be able to get more.
There is nothing particularly noteworthy about this paper. The same paper can be found at my dollar tree store at a cheaper price, so I'm a little disappointed to have spent so much money on "premium heavy weight " It would be expected that heavy weight paper would not be see-through or for your markers to bleed through but that is not There is a lot of paper on this. Since the kids don't seem to care about it, we will use it.
There is a claim that it is "premium heavy weight white bond". I am not very pleased with the paper quality. As advertised, it is "heavy weight white bond paper" but it is thin and thin-like most ordinary papers. There is even less paper than what is on the printer. Additionally, the paper is very difficult to tear out neatly, even with the help of an adult. I received a drawing pad with a rainbow cover instead of an orange cover, which made it harder for me to tear out the paper. It might make a difference if that's true. While I love the fact that it is cheap, I have doubts that I will order from them.
Read the I would recommend these for those who are on a budget. The only complaint I have, and this may be more my fault than the providers, is that I expected the sheets to have a bit more body. According to the advertisement, the paper was "Premium Heavy Weigh White Bond Paper". It's possible that I ignored the word "bond" more than I had intended to. To me, that should have told me the laptop would have been closer to typing. In any case, I will not ask to return these design pads since I intend to sketch on them. recommend them to others and am happy to have them. You should not buy them for coloring with wet colors like ink pens or especially water colors, which they did not state they would be suitable As far as I know, they are. There is nothing I can fault sellers for. This is a group of good people that I would gladly buy from.
Markers, paint, and highlighters are a few of the tools that I use in creating my art. A little girl who loves to draw and color is also my granddaughter, who is 4. She loves to use my markers and we give her multiple sheets of our printer paper when she comes over. My surprise surprise to her a few months ago was an artistic Then I thought of paper, so I added Melissa and Doug Drawing Pads. Colored pencils, multicolor markers, paints and brushes are also available. Her love for them is unconditional. As my daughter-in-law described it, she walks around with the artist set like a briefcase and she talks with me on FaceTime and uses the artist set to draw pictures. It was a good idea to purchase it it was reasonably priced, I got three of them, and it is filling the purpose for which I purchased it. As a matter of fact, I intend to buy another set of these when she visits our house, because I need a set for the visits she makes. I highly recommend this product.