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Re: reflective/mirror paper



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You will probably do well to look at the mirror papers used in the
theatre. See www.rosco.com and see if they have what you are looking
for. This will be mirrored on one side and matte white paper on the
back.

MayKitten
--- Jen Loewen <jeloewen@SHAW.CA> wrote:
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> Hi,
>
> I'm looking for advice/source for paper.  What I'm looking for is
> some paper that reflected (like a mirror) to insert into a book where
> I want the reader to see themselves.  I know that this exists because
> I've seen it in children's books but have no idea where I might find
> such a thing and what it might be called.
>
> Any suggestions would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks,  Jen
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