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Lia Griffith Extra Fine Crepe Paper Folds Rolls, 10.7-Square Feet, Assorted Colors (LG11018)
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- High-quality, extra fine crepe paper from DIY designer Lia Griffith
- Made in Germany by Werola
- Designed specifically for handcrafting; perfect for large projects
- Includes ten 10.7-square foot rolls
- Colors include: Vanilla, Chiffon, Blush, Coral, Honeysuckle, Cranberry, Sangria, Aubergine, Green Tea and Cypress.
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Lia is a DIY designer & maker who believes that inside everyone is a creative spirit ready to flourish. Learn how to make paper flowers, holiday decorations, home decor projects, kids crafts, DIY accessories and more via her DIY lifestyle website LiaGriffith.
Lia Griffith Crepe Paper
- Make delicately realistic crepe paper flowers, wreaths, crowns and more with this gorgeously versatile papercraft material. Stretch, curl and twist the paper to create stunning crafts and décor. Perfect for elegant gift wrapping and accents.
Learn to make crepe paper flowers with our wide array of Werola Extra Fine Crepe Paper. You can find a growing collection of patterns and tutorials to make crepe paper flowers of all kinds for stunning home and wedding décor on liagriffith.
The Lia Griffith Extra Fine Crepe Paper Folds Assortment contains high quality, extra fine crepe paper from DIY designer Lia Griffith in a color palette inspired by nature. Made in Germany by Werola and designed specifically for exquisite handcrafting, this paper is perfect for any craft project. This extra fine crepe paper is lightweight with 130% stretch, making it very malleable and easy to use. Stretch, curl, twist and cut this beautiful paper to make stunning crafts. This 10 Color Assortment includes Vanilla, Chiffon, Blush, Coral, Honeysuckle, Cranberry, Sangria, Aubergine, Green Tea and Cypress, making it great for large projects. This Lia Griffith Extra Fine Crepe Paper Folds Assortment contains 10 rolls per package, for 107.1 square feet of paper. Lia Griffith is an internationally renowned DIY designer, crafter, photographer, stylist and big dreamer. Lia works full time to create products and craft ideas that can help anyone reconnect with their creativity every single day.
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This package comes with ten rolls. The colors are Vanilla, Chiffon (like a champagne color), Blush, Coral, Honeysuckle, Sangria, Aubergine, Green Tea, and Cypress. The Cypress paper when used as sepals looks like sepals on a real flower. It also has great value as each roll is a generous 19.6" by 6.5 feet! It's also fusible with Stitch Witchery, if you want double sided paper. Mix and match to get right combination for your projects. I highly recommend this crepe paper.
UPDATE: 5/6/17 Be careful that these crepe paper rolls are not exposed to sunlight. I made the mistake of leaving it in a basket that was exposed to sunlight streaming through a window. Now the crepe paper has areas of faded color (although I probably couldn't get the same effect if I dip-dye with bleach). It actually has a nice effect for my paper flowers, but if you prefer monochromatic, I would keep the paper out of sunlight.
This crepe paper "bleeds" if exposed to liquid. After it dries, I noticed it loses its stretch capacity.
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