In the various mixpacks, you'll find the following colors:
Basic Colors Mixpack:
White / Banana Yellow / Orange / Crimson / Magenta / Pacific / Royal Blue / Leaf Green / Fir Green / Deep Black
Pastel Colors Mixpack:
Pearl White / Chamois / Lemon Yellow / Old Pink / Pink / Pastel Lilac / Pastel Green / Mint / Deer Brown / Light Gray
Spring Colors Mixpack:
Lemon Yellow / Brick Red / Old Pink / Pink / Magenta / Pastel Lilac / Sky Blue / Pastel Green / Leaf Green / Emerald Green
Winter Colors Mixpack:
White / Pearl White / Pastel Lilac / Sky Blue / Pacific / Royal Blue / Cobalt Blue / Pastel Green / Light Gray / Anthracite
Architectural Colors Mixpack:
White / Pearl White / Brick Red / Dark Red / Deer Brown / Chocolate Brown / Light Gray / Stone Gray / Anthracite / Deep Black
Skin Colors Mixpack:
Pearl White / Chamois x 2 / Pink x 2 / Deer Brown x 2 / Dark Brown x 2 / Deep Black
The acid-free, ph-neutral photo carton is dyed through, therefore does not bleed and is relatively light-resistant. It is made from waste paper, which is used as a residue in the production of paper goods (pre-consumer). In addition, it is dyed eco-friendly and is certified with the Nordic eco-label "Nordic Swan," one of the strictest environmental labels in Europe.
The certification "Nordic Swan" guarantees you products made of 100% environmentally friendly ingredients as well as a holistic, sustainable supply chain. In addition, the photo carton corresponds in toxicological terms to the European standard on safety of toys (DIN EN 71, Part 3).
The colored cardboard is therefore indispensable when crafting in kindergarten, at school, and at home; it can still be cut with scissors, folded, and glued with any paper glue. More professional cuts can be achieved with the cutter or the cutting machine.
Also, use photo paper for book covers, greeting cards, photo albums, as a passe-partout, or for decorating. The large formats are ideal as a photo background. With its matte and rough surface, the cardboard is suitable for laser or screen printing; with ink-jet or offset printing, you should do preliminary tests.