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Peach Roses Metallic 3-D Papier Tole Sheet
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Peach Roses Metallic 3-D Papier Tole Sheet

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Papier Tole is easy with this die-cut sheet! Now you can create stunning 3-dimensional floral images with this sheet of die-cuts. All you do is punch out the flowers and layer them on your card or other paper crafts using small Foam Squares (link) between the layers. Add a border or two to your design and it's done. No intricate cutting and shapingjust punch and attach! How easyand gorgeous!

Part number: 4003294

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Comment I have made several birthday cards for my friends with the 3-d roses. They are beautiful and so easy to use.
Submitted Monday, March 5th @ 06:56 AM

Comment I made the most beautiful card with the Peach Roses Metallic 3D. I put them on dark brown metalliic paper,used peach ribbon and chocolate ice rox. It is one of many I have made. People even want to buy them. Thank's to paperwishes.
Submitted Monday, August 23rd @ 06:25 AM

Comment I absolutely love all these designs. I may be one of a few of your customers who is in her 80s, and visually handicapped. But I CAN make gorgeous cards with these beautiful cut flowers. I can press out, assemble with dimensional tape, and mail them with pride. Thank you for carrying such a good variety of them.
Submitted Saturday, August 14th @ 07:15 AM

Comment Just loved the peach roses. Received many compliments on the cards I made.
Submitted Sunday, July 11th @ 11:57 AM

Comment I absolutely loved the pansies. They made the most beautiful cards. Will be back for more.
Submitted Sunday, July 11th @ 11:54 AM

Comment I ordered the pansies and they are Gorgeous. Will order more----definitly!
Submitted Thursday, July 1st @ 02:10 PM