Flaw of the Day

Nina Campbell #NCW3830-02

Minor things like very small ink spots here and there, and long blue marks (scratch? ink?) running vertically from one design about 12″, in several places – this wiped off, so no big deal.

But the edges of the paper were not cut straight, which meant that some sections of the seams butted perfectly, like they should, while otheres gapped or overlapped. From a distance you can’t really see it, but up close, or with the light coming at an angle, this will be visible.

I usually love hanging the British pulp papers like this brand, because they usually go up perfectly, and the seams, while they look noticeable while wet, dry and are about the most invisible seams of any paper I work with. So today’s issue was unusual and unexpected.
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