I'm really learning to love this product. I have to remember that I have it. I store it in the file cabinet to keep it from getting creased because it is a bit on the pricey side. They come in packs of 12 for around $9- $11 and so it's just under a $1 a sheet (4 stars instead of 5). I keep every scrap too! I try to keep the pieces big enough to feed through the printer, but I've also use tape to hold it onto a larger sheet and that does work.
The image is crisp and clear, but you do need to wait a minute or so to be sure that it is dry so you don't get any smudges. I'm lovin' it!
About 10 years ago vellum was the RAGE. Scrapbookers and cardmakers figured out ways to use vellum that were utterly amazing. It was printed on, torn, crumpled, chalked, embossed, made into bags, overlayed attached with brads, staples and stitching, and so much more. Things have calmed down, but those new-to-scrapbooking might not have heard about howthe great uses for vellum. Specifically, how when overlayed it mutes bright colors on a layout and how you can use a colored vellum over a patterend paper and change the whole look of the paper. If you have a busy background in a photo you can cut a mat out of vellum and overlay it over the busy stuff and your focal point person in the photo will stand out (but the rest of the photo can still be seen, subtly). Vellum is a staple for every scrapbooker.
Jill Davis, Founder