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Ohuhu Marker Pads Art Sketchbook, 16.5"×11.7" XL A3 Large Paper Size, 120LB/200GSM Heavy Smooth Drawing Papers, 48 Sheets/96 Pages Y44-83000-23

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  • 16.5"×11.7" LARGE A3 DRAWING PADS: Widen your possibilities with the large A3 16.5 x 11.7 inch drawing pages. Both beginners and seasoned art pros will relish in the freedom granted by this plus sized paper!
  • 120LB (200GSM) HEAVYWEIGHT DRAWING PAPERS: It's the perfect combo of durable and delicate. This 120LB (200GSM) heavyweight paper has a smooth, flat surface that prevents bleeding, smudging and feathering for clean artwork. It is a great choice sketchbook for most of DIY art medias. From alcohol markers to solvent markers, from colored pencils to charcoal, from pastels to inks, and more!
  • SPIRAL BOUND MARKER PAD, EASY-TEAR PAGES: The spiral provides better drawing experience---easily flip the pages over, allowing you to keep the sketch book flat and explore your creativity on any side you want. Sometimes you mess up and want to start over, or you want to tear out a page to share with a friend. Whatever the reason may be, it's easy to rip out pages thanks to the perforated edges which make it a breeze.
  • DOUBLE SIDED, 48 SHEETS, TOTALLY 96 PAGES: Each sheet of this marker pad features a double sided texture, offering up 48 pages total to explore your professional or beginner creativity.
  • ACID-FREE ART PAPERS WITH MAXIMUM BLENDABILITY: Keep your artwork looking great for years to come since it's 100% acid-free and even better, this marker pad is crafted specifically for use with Ohuhu markers for seamless blending! Great as a Back to School Christmas supplies.

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