I love Brazill paper, but they don't bend well for a card. Are these only used for background? Or, is there a way to fold them without the "white" showing through? Dot, Shroeview, MN
— uniquelydot, MN on May 12, 2011
We recommend using a scoring tool, such as the Martha Stewart Score Board. A scoring tool allows you to create a crease in your paper and fold it easily and without cracking. Bazzill is some of our favorite cardstock and we use it for all sorts of projects! Cardstock is great to use as a mat for a photo or for an accent layer on a card, but it can certainly be used as backgrounds. It all depends on the project you're working on. Hope this helps!