In my day, I actually had to flip to the next page. Pfft, kids these days.
Couldn't a clever maker put a long slot in one side so that you could feed through a roll of paper from inside the cube?
Sometimes lost is the "buy" in "make versus buy". My folks bought me a roll of plain, white butcher paper when I was just old enough to draw. It lasted all the way through high school projects (so no need to refill). We did the same for our kids. Roll it out on the table or floor, and start making.
Exactly what I was thinking. Heck, I may consider doing that myself.
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