The listing is for a LARGE SET OF PAPER QUILLING STRIPS.
- the set includes 4800 paper quilling strips
- there are 48 colors x 100 strips per pack
-shade guide shows all the colors included in the set
- a color swatch is also included in the set
THE DIMENSIONS OF THE STRIPS:
- 1/8" wide (app. 3 mm )
- 11,5" long (app. 297 mm)
- 80 gsm ( just like office paper )
- the strips are packed individually in a cellophane bag (100 strips per pack)
- they are NOT glued at the ends - it's a lot easier to take them out and keep them tidy and hassle-free
- Orders dispatched from Rzeszow(Poland) unless fulfilled by Amazon in Canada ( please check Amazon Canada for availability).
Please be aware that the colors may differ slightly due to the monitor settings.
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