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Spooky! Halloween Papers

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Spooky patterned papers! This Halloween paper collection has a limited supply. You'll receive 12 sheets printed on heavyweight 80# paper. There are six designs with two of each in the pack. Designs include all-over words (leave whole or cut apart for terrific cards), rows of candy corn, Halloween dots, zig zag patterns, border words and spider webs. What a fun collection! No instructions included with this special paper pack but see our Halloween webisode for ideas.

Part number: 4014656

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Comment The papers are so nice. I love the feel of the paper. Not flimsy. Good quality.
Submitted Thursday, October 24th @ 05:45 AM

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Comment Loved the Halloween papers and the Dazzles that came with the money saver pack. The colors are perfect for the vintage Halloween cards that I like to make and I want to cover the treat boxes with the coordinating papers too!
Submitted Friday, October 19th @ 01:04 PM

 

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