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A4 Vellum Pergament Mix 5 psc
A4 paper mix with different blue green tones. You can use it for lanterns and light glasses. Also nice as a background for cards. You can also print on the paper - however, the darkest blue is too dark for this.

Remember, it's best to use the double-sided adhesive tape for this. But you can also use little drops of the KM glue.

Content: 2 light blue/striped papers, 1 blue parchment paper, 1 dark blue paper, 1 polar green paper.


Idea for beautiful DIY lanterns with creative quilling decorations.

Materials: Various recycled glasses, tea lights (also LED), pergament imx, 3 mm double-sided tape, scissors, flowers and butterflies from the Easy Starter Kit, 5 mm quilling strips (here Ocean Mix).

And this is how you make it:
1. Cut the paper sheet on the long side.
2. Put 3 mm double-sided tape on 5 mm strips.
3. Glue the strips on the paper - it looks great if you make crosses.
4. Put a glued strip on the reverse side on the short side.
5. Put the paper around the glas - such that it creates a pipe (this way it's easy to remove it when you have to clean the glas).
6. Decorate now with quilling flowers or butterflies. The round adhesive foams are perfect for this.
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A4 Vellum Pergament Mix 5 psc

EUR 2.60
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Item number: 10545

Karen-Marie Klip & Papir A/S and Papirmuseets By A/S are under the same roof. We live in a 800m2 large house, build as a town with streets, a café, papermuseum, storage and production facilities. You can easily spend a day in Papirmuseets By A/S in Gråsten - bringing back home a lot of inspiration for the most beautiful quilling projects, origami, ideas for cards, invitations, bags etc.
You can be creative yourself - take a seat in the café and just go ahead, we will gladly help you.
You can even get in christmas mood all year in Christmas Alley.


During the renaissance, nuns and monks used quilling to decorate book covers and religious items. The paper used was strips of paper trimmed from the gilded edges of books. These gilded paper strips were then rolled to create the quilled shapes.
Quilling is a technique that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped and glued together to create decorative designs.

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