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Our new paper cord: candy stripes in red and white, bulky and fantastic for gift wrappings

PaperPhine: Red White Striped Paper Cord

The latest addition to our range of paper twines: a bulky, striped paper cord in red and white that is perfect for gift wrappings, bows and garlands – just in time for the holiday season!

PaperPhine: Red White Striped Paper Cord - Gift Wrapping with Paper Rope

PaperPhine: Red White Striped Paper Cord - Gift Wrapping with Paper Rope
  PaperPhine: Our new paper cord: candy stripes in red and white, bulky and fantastic for gift wrappings

PaperPhine: Red White Striped Paper Cord - Gift Wrapping with Paper Rope

The cord has a naturally crinkled texture and can be untwisted to a stunning 4 1/2 inch (11cm) wide heavy creped ribbon. The ribbon has a great body and can be easily formed into bows that will maintain their shape nicely.

Comes as a hank with 25 yards (about 22,8m) – and in case there is some of this gorgeous paper cord left after the Christmas holidays you’ll also love it to decorate garden parties, children’s birthday parties (think about those bows and garlands!) and to use for gift wrapping the whole year round!

Now availabe in the PaperPhine etsy store.

PaperPhine: Red White Striped Paper Cord - Gift Wrapping with Paper Rope

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A new paper cord installation by Devran Mursaloglu

Paper Cord Artwork by Devran Mursaloglu

Paper Cord Artwork by Devran Mursaloglu

Artwork made of paper cord (paper twine) by Devran Mursaloglu (photography by Yücel Zorlu)

We shared some pictures of the amazing paper works by Devran Mursaloglu with you earlier this year (you can find the article here. Now we have the pleasure to show you some pictures of her most recent work. The installation is made of paper cord (our thickest paper twine) and is currently on view in the Tahtakale Hamam in Istanbul as part of the exhibition “Uncanny Games”. This hamam was built in the 15th century and is among the oldest historic works of art in the Ottoman Empire. Besides the installation by Devran it currently houses the works of 22 artists from different disciplines who explore the different meanings of the concept of “game”. The exhibition is on view until October 28, 2011 and definitely worth a visit.

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