This yellow vellum transparent paper is the matching translucent counterpart to Canary Yellow (31) from the color system by the German paper mill Gmund. Full size Color 31 translucent is beautifully curated for invitation overlays, corporate identity packages, fly sheets and other creative designs.
Category Description: Gmund Colors Transparent Paper
From the village of Gmund in the Bavarian Alps comes this extraordinary, vibrant selection of colored vellum papers. 7 harmonious translucent colors, branded by Gmund as Colors Transparent is an extension of the complete Colors line stocked at LCI Paper. The vellum colors are acid free, pH neutral and the perfect match to their Matte counterparts.
The 30lb / 100GSM paper is considered laser & inkjet compatible, suitable for desktop applications. Colored Vellum is an exceptionally hard sheet therefore testing is recommended.
LCI Paper will not be responsible for printability
Colors Transparent is a hard, dense sheet sensitive to climatic conditions. It's best to store this paper in a humidity controlled environment. If cutting, do so in small stacks no higher than 5cm. Professional cutting is recommended, using a hard alloy blunted blade. To avoid cracking it's best to professionally score the paper before folding.
Gmund Colors Selector
Want to see and compare the whole color system? Order our Colors Paper Selector
- a handy fan deck of all Colors Matt, Metallic, Translucent, and Felt.
Customer Questions for Color Vellum
Question: Can the middle and heavy weight vellum be used in a laser engraver? We are trying to cut shapes and need something thicker like this material yet not plastic.
Answer: We would think it should work without a problem, but please order samples first to test.
Part of the Gmund Color System, these transparent papers will perfectly match the coordinating colors matt envelopes and colors matt cardstock papers as well the rest of the lines available in the color system. The 7 vellum colors are acid free and pH neutral. We recommend ordering samples to test the printability at home.