I've been seeing a lot of printing on round, thick coasters lately. (wedding favors, business cards, ect.) Have any of you tried it? Where did you purchase the paper?
Shot you a tweet, but just in case you see this first, you could check our site out (it's in our profile). If I were you, I'd check out the heavy Crane's colors for a project like that - but the world is your oyster!
Let me know if you have any questions!
Josh - Paperworks
I've bought pre-cut ones from Katz America before and have had good luck. They have squares, circles, and rectangles too I think.
I hate katz, they are cheap but the surface cracks really easily. I've heard neena blotter paper is best, but expensive
Thanks for the info! I went ahead and got the Medium size 3.5 round from Katz. Printing soon - will update with review.
Hi Christy, have you printed on these coasters yet? I was just wondering how you found the quality, as I have seen so many conflicting opinions for this brand. I'd hate to be stuck with 992 blank circles... :) ~Marina.
I print on them all the time.. there can be some crackling but if you get the grain direction and pressure right its typically minimal.
I sell them blank in my etsy shop for those who want to order smaller quantities than Katz sells.. ladybugpress.etsy.com
I have used the neenah blotter too its not nearly as heavy but it is nice stuff... less crackles typically. And the 220# lettra is expensive but makes nice coasters too! (same with the heavy savoy stock!)