4 sheets of Linen extra fine crepe paper from the Lia Griffith Secret Garden Collection. Each sheet is 9.8 in x 78.7 in (25cm x 200 cm) in size.
This is high quality, extra fine crepe paper from DIY designer Lia Griffith in a color palette inspired by nature. It is a hand-dyed, nontoxic crepe paper. Made in Germany by Werola and is specifically designed for making DIY paper flowers, wedding and party decorations, kids craft projects and more.
Our extra fine crepe paper is equivalent to 48 grams. The metallic extra fine is more equivalent to 80 grams. Our heavy floristic crepe paper is equivalent to 128 grams. But it’s important to note that the stretch is a more important factor to consider than the weight when making paper flowers. Our extra-fine crepe paper has a 130% stretch and the heavy floristic has a 250 % stretch. This makes the crepe paper lend itself so well to a more natural, delicate-looking crepe paper flower. The references to “extra fine” does not mean it is more fragile and will tear…it really relates to how the paper is more like a “fabric”. This also makes all of our crepe papers very malleable and easy to use. Stretch, curl, twist and cut these beautiful papers to make stunning crafts that last a lifetime.
Due to the natural nature of production, there could be slight variations in color and you will need to keep it out of direct sunlight to prevent fading. Find out more about crepe paper and crepe paper flowers here: https://liagriffith.com/getting-started-crepe-paper-flowers/
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