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Sleeves of all sorts for wrapping your roses.
                

Paper comes in all kinds of shapes, styles, colors, thicknesses and prints, but one of the most common ways you’ll see it used is as newsprint, and for good reason. The thin, crisp paper is perfect for all kinds of craft applications, one of which is wrapping flowers—with a
little help. Though using newsprint as wrapping paper can look great, it must be sandwiched between two layers of cellophane to have the water resistance needed to be practical.

easily pink


MATERIALS: “Karo” pink precut plastic sheet from Dilpack Inc.;red roses, Ruscus and water tubes from favorite suppliers.


 

 

wall street


MATERIALS: ClearphaneĆ film from Highland Supply Corp.; red roses, birch branches, newsprint, string and water tubes from favorite suppliers.


 

 

funny flowers


MATERIALS: ClearphaneĆ film from Highland Supply Corp.; red roses, baby’s breath, newsprint, ribbon and water tubes from favorite suppliers.


 

 

contemporary kraft


MATERIALS: ClearphaneĆ film from Highland Supply Corp.; red roses, ti leaves, newsprint, raffia and water tubes from favorite suppliers.

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