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Kite Paper, Assorted Colors, 100 sheets, 6.25" Square by Mercurius
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- High quality translucent kite paper.
- Great for kites, magical window stars, paper crafts.
- 6.25" square sheets.
- 11 colors: Blue, brown, green, purple, yellow, gold, light & dark green, orange, pink, red, white.
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This kite paper makes beautiful projects that glow when illuminated by light. Vibrant colors which complement your origami objects and Magical Window Stars. Transparent and oil-resistant, it is stronger than tissue paper. Each pack includes 100 sheets. Colors: Blue, brown, green, purple, yellow, gold, light and dark green, orange, pink, red, white.
Top Customer Reviews
This paper has a waxy coating, so it's a bit shiny. It also has a lovely glowing translucency and folds/creases well. Some of the folds I do are complex and this paper handles it well, without tearing or showing fold marks when held up to the light.
This is a good "starter pack" of kite paper, which I've purchased twice now over the years to use in conjunction with Magical Window Stars. We've made several stars using this pack of paper -- I've included a photo on this review. I wish the papers were a bit bigger in size, because you can only make the small versions of many of the models in that book, and some of them I can't do at all because the paper isn't big enough. But that can be remedied by buying larger sheets of kite paper.
The only down side for me is all the dark colors.
I'd prefer more of the opaque lighter tones.
Glossy and sturdier than tissue paper, and holds folds extremely well.
My only complaint is that there are no medium shades of purple/blue. The darker colors are harder to see through, so when you make window stars, they're less impressive.