Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I buy Paper-Arts products?
Our designer papers are sold on our online store (www.paper-arts.co.nz) or if you’re located in New Zealand you can visit our sister company Paperzone in Frankton, Hamilton.
What does gsm mean?
Paper weight is measured in grams per square metre (gsm). A standard piece of copy paper is usually 80 gsm. A card that is 240 gsm will be 3 times that weight.
Why are all your papers 12x12 inchs?
Our papers are 12″ x 12″ because this is the most popular size of scrapbooks.
Are your prices all inclusive of GST?
The prices of all our products are shown in New Zealand Dollars and include GST. The only addition to the price you see is the cost of delivery.
I'm interested in become a Paper-Arts wholesale customer? Who can I contact?
Unfortunately we currently do not sell to wholesalers. Please feel free to contact to express your interest and discuss your needs further.
Will the paper go through my printer?
Most papers will happily travel through an inkjet printer though rough surfaces may give varying results,some papers will bleed and some inks may not adhere well on shiny or synthetic surfaces. It is always advisable to try a few sheets first to determine results. Laser printers demand special papers that can withstand the high temperatures when fusing toner to them. Most smooth papers will go through a laser printer as will our whole range of translucent papers. However, printers do vary a lot and again we recommend testing a few sheets before committing to a big order. Please feel free to ask about any product if you are unsure.