crepe paper


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crepe paper

[′krāp ‚pā·pər]
(materials)
A lightweight, crinkled paper available in many colors and used for displays, floats, and decorations; it has no strength when wet, and the colors run.
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If you don't have one, crumple up a long strip of crepe paper into a ball and glue it at the tip of the cone.
You bring two petals together, like friends," she told a group of 22 incoming third- and fourth-graders, demonstrating how to fold together small squares of brightly colored crepe paper to begin creating a roselike flower.
Or you might stain light-colored paper with tea, coffee or crepe paper.
I hadn't got a red dress so I borrowed a skirt from a workmate and made a top from crepe paper and just hoped it wouldn't melt.
Decorated with red and green crepe paper and balloons, St.
Assist campers in making decorations such as colorful mobiles, wind chimes, or sensory sticks, large sticks that campers decorate with crepe paper, streamers, and feathers in vivid colors.
Twist the crepe paper by attaching one end to the popsicle stick (or pencil), and attach the other end to the table (using scotch or masking tape).
Hang crepe paper and ribbon strands of different lengths around the room.
Children can create beautiful Mother's Day cards and crepe paper flower bouquets for their mom to cherish.
If you don't have one, crumple up along strip of crepe paper into a ball and glue it at the tip of the cone.