metallic paper


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metallic paper

[mə′tal·ik ′pā·pər]
(materials)
A paper coated with zinc white, or with clay and other materials; the surface can be marked on with metal points (of silver, aluminum, or gold, for example), but it cannot be erased.
Paper coated with finely flaked metal.
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For rooms with little natural light, metallic papers help to bounce light around a room and give the illusion of space.
"More than 28 items, spanning tin cans, metallic paper, magic teaching books, fish bone, animal bones, strings, pieces of charcoals, oysters, leaves, powder, cotton rolls and dark materials were also found from the suspects' bags," Ali Al Mugahwi, Director of the Airport Operations Department at the Dubai Customs, told Khaleej Times on Sunday.
Putting two sheets of the metallic paper next to each makes a capacitor, a device that stores an electrical charge.
SCOTLAND JULY 30: Get creative at the Museum of Childhood in Edinburgh, where the Tinny Chums workshop gives over-fives the chance to make robot pictures using special metallic paper and rubbing techniques.
In the neighbor's garden is a palm with torn metallic paper peeling
Move over, faux painting; the hot new wallcoverings are made of torn pieces of hand-painted metallic paper, says Cheri Pachter-Neary of Design Group Sarasota, one of two design captains of this month's "Jewels on the Bay" Showhouse.
The same is true of metallic paper, hot stamping and embossing labels, which also sell at a premium versus standard paper glue-applied labels."
So as you tear off the glittery metallic paper this Sunday remember that a little of what you fancy does you good - but you can also have too much of a good thing.
If you are already an experienced fly-tyer, this is a great time of the year to collect bits of tinsel and sheets of metallic paper from gift wrapping.
Add her metallic paper, gold gilding, and sari fabric and the look is as good as yours.
Wendy Parry, museum and art gallery manager, said: "The session was led by Rugby artist Michaela Kennard and the youngsters were given a range of materials to choose from, including metallic paper, fibres, plastics and wire.