DECOUPAGE AND ACCESSOIRES - NEW! 2x soft paper, 210 x 297 mm (A4) 40g

Size 210x297 mm (A4), paper weight 40 g / m2 This paper is suitable for different surfaces. We use it on wood, glass, porcelain, MDF, polystyrene and many others. It is very thin paper and enough is 2 or 3 layers of lacquer. Special printing technology; v

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Article number: ID4R1491-1492
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NEW! 2x soft paper

Size 210x297 mm (A4),

Paper weight 40 g / m2

Christmas, Christmas motifs, children, motifs for Christmas balls

This paper is suitable for different surfaces. We use it on wood, glass, porcelain, MDF, polystyrene and many others. It is very thin paper and enough is 2 or 3 layers of lacquer. Special printing technology; very durable colors. Note! It is best to use diluted glue. Collection, various types of paper for "napkin technique", "decoupage", "napkin days", "técnica de la servilleta". .

The best paper for crafting using decoupage technique, suitable for both experienced hobbyists and beginners. Very thin and particularly light - only approx. 30 g / m2, semi-transparent, natural white. Throughout the structure of the paper there are characteristic, visible fibers laid out in different directions, which are not all of the same thickness. Thanks to this property, the paper gains an original look and has a fancy structure.

The paper is exceptionally strong and tear-resistant, does not fall apart in your hands while you are working with it. It is very easy to stick the paper to all surfaces used in decoupage (glass, wood, MDF boards, styrofoam, etc.) with any adhesive used for decoupage. It can be gently gathered on oval objects.

The paper does not wrinkle and is the best alternative to napkin technology.

The very lively colors do not blur under the influence of the adhesive and do not fade. Beautiful patterns are printed using tried-and-tested technology and are of the best quality.

The rice paper for decoupage does not require any special preparation before you work with it. Apply glue, stick, done!

The individual pictures should be torn out of the sheet of paper and not cut out with scissors. The irregular edges can be very easily concealed on the surface of the object to be glued. A few layers of varnish are applied to the finished work.

 

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