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Green Circles Holographic Paper
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Green Circles Holographic Paper

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Green Circles Holographic Paper! This Hot Off The Press 8 1/2"x11 Green Circles Holographic Paper has a shimmery pattern and foiled design that reflects light. This bright green, over-all circles patterned paper is ideal for adding a unique look to your paper crafts (and simply irresistible for paper addicts like us!). This paper is perfect for card making, scrapbooking, tags, and other paper crafts.

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Comment This is such a fun product to add a bit of "pop" to a project. I love the firecracker holographic line also and I credit the Weekly Webisodes for introducing me to this paper. I am amazed at how often it is used and in such striking & creative ways.
Submitted Monday, November 18th @ 07:27 AM