Kaleidoscope – Royal Blue – A3 Paper


Rich, medium blue coloured, matte paper that is manufactured from 100% recycled fibres, which features a light natural texture and a lovely, thick feel.


At a glance

Designer Notes

Kaleidoscope is a large range of matte, coloured card and paper that is manufactured from 100% recycled fibres. It has a light, textured and natural finish and a lovely, thick feeling to both the card and paper. This paper is 120gsm, which is fairly thick for paper, so it feels nice in your hands.

The huge range of bright and intensive colours in the Kaleidoscope range is sure to inspire your creativity and spark plenty of new ideas for cards, scrapbooking, invitations, or any other project that you can think of. The range is compatible with both laser and inkjet printers, and is suitable for embossing, varnishing and other treatments, but we always advise testing first.

Royal Blue is a rich, medium blue. If you’d prefer a darker colour, take a look at Sapphire or for lighter blues, see Atlantic and Sky Blue.

A3 is double the size of A4, useful for printing multiple copies of your design on one page or just for going bigger.

Other options

Kaleidoscope Royal Blue is available in card, paper and envelopes in a range of different sizes to suit the needs of your project. To learn about the different sizes we carry in our ranges, check out our guide. If you can’t find the size you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Kaleidoscope has many other, gorgeous colours available. See all the colours here.

Environmental Accreditations

Kaleidoscope has the following environmental accreditations. For more information on what that means, check out our guide.

  • Acid Free
  • Blue Angel Ecolabel

The fine print

All photos are only indicative of the colour. We do our best to accurately represent our products in our photos, but a slight lighting change on our end or different settings on your screen can make it look different to reality. It is also possible to have very slight colour variations between batches of paper received from our manufacturers. Any printing or treatment suggestions are not guaranteed because it depends on your particular machine or process and we always recommend testing first. Please contact us if you have any questions.