Construction paper is a staple of childhood and has been a constant material for kids' arts and crafts and for projects in kindergarten and primary schools. Staples offers a wide variety of construction papers from such notable brands as Crayola, Nature Saver, Hilroy, and Pacon. Construction paper is now available in a variety of strengths and thicknesses, offering a more durable material to create colourful and fun arts and crafts.
Crayola, the world-renowned creator of crayons, also manufactures multicoloured construction papers. The papers are available in 10 different colours similar to the colours of the maker's famous crayons. Made from safe and premium materials, Crayola construction papers can be bought in a variety of paper sizes.
The Nature Saver construction paper is an ideal choice for environmentally conscious consumers. Each sheet is made from 100 percent recycled materials and features long, strong fibers that prevent the paper from cracking. Nature Saver's acid-free construction paper resists fading and features heavyweight and high-bulk construction. Like the Crayola construction paper, the sheets are available in different strengths and sizes.
One of the largest stationery companies in Canada, Hilroy manufactures standard to high-strength construction paper. Aside from individual sheets of brilliantly coloured papers, the company also produces construction paper pads. Each pad comes with sheets of different colours, including black, green, red, manila, orange, pink, and yellow. Hilroy's marbled construction paper offers extra thickness and choices with rich patterns. The construction paper pads are ideal for student artists, hobbyists, and just about anyone who wants to carry construction papers on the go.
Staples offers a variety of Pacon construction paper made from groundwood and sulphite for heavyweight durability. A proud manufacturer of elementary school art and craft supplies, Pacon uses 100 percent recycled fibers as material for groundwood sheets and 50 percent, recycled fiber content for sulphite papers. The acid-free sheets resist fading and are available in more than 29 colours.