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Tracing & Carbon Paper

Carbon paper is a wax free, pure graphite which allows you to transfer designs from a sketch, pattern, template or free-hand drawing, to any surface. It makes a clean, crisp tracing which can be easily removed. Choose from popular brands such as Canson, Mont Marte and Xpress It. Shop online at Art to Art for a huge selection of carbon tracing paper.

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Xpress It Transfer Paper Graphite

$21.95

Xpress It Transfer Paper Roll Graphite

$33.95

Xpress It Transfer Paper White

$21.95

Xpress It Transfer Paper Roll White

$33.95

Royal & Langnickel Graphite Paper

$9.96

Royal & Langnickel Graphite Paper White

$9.95

Canson Satin Tracing Paper Roll

$59.95

Canson Tracing Paper Pad 70gsm

$11.95

Mont Marte Tracing Paper Pad 60gsm

$7.95

Sun-Glo Trace Paper Roll- Yellow

$39.95

Canson Glassine Tissue Interleaf

$2.00

Tracing & Carbon Paper

Carbon paper is ideal for fabric painting, watercolour painting, fine art, sketching onto wood, metal, cloth and more. With a durable surface, it’s resistant to repeat erasures, and is suitable for pencils, markers and ink. 


Buy carbon paper sheets, rolls and pads at Art to Art. Order online today for same day dispatch and enjoy free shipping when you spend over $100. Before you go, don’t forget to browse the rest of our art paper, including sketchpads, painting paper and yupo paper

 

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What is carbon paper used for?

Carbon tracing paper allows you to transfer designs to any surface. They can be used for watercolour painting, fabric painting, fine art, graphic arts and more.


How to use carbon tracing paper

Place a sheet of tracing paper over the drawing/image you want to trace. Then trace the original image onto the tracing paper, making sure you carefully follow the lines. Remove the tracing paper. 


Place your carbon transfer paper onto your new medium. Then begin to trace over the carbon paper again, applying pressure. Remove the carbon paper and voila! Your design has been transferred.


You can also find inkjet compatible carbon transfer tracing paper, which enables you to print your design onto the paper. Which you can then transfer later onto another surface.

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