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Earth Brown Paper Twine Cording
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Earth Brown Paper Twine Cording

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Twisted paper cording & ribbon! Add this clever cording to scrapbook pages, card making, tags, albums, and much more! Use it all twisted, or untwist and flatten it into a 2¼" wide ribbon. It is the perfect embellishment for vintage and shabby projects, whether left as cording or turned into ribbon. Once it's untwisted, lightly rub an ink pad over the wrinkled ridges or sponge light acrylic paint over them for a whitewashed look. Because it's paper, you can cut the ribbon into narrower strips for smaller projects. This wonderful cording from Maya Road is so versatile! You'll get 54 yards of cording—enough for tons of paper crafting projects!

Part number: 4006537

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Comment I used this brown twine to make the branches as demonstrated in your webisode. Then I die-cut small flowers and assembled them. I like the look of the twine branches with the flowers better than die-cut branches. Yay! A new version of a product we crafted with years ago!
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