Gold Cracked Ice Rolls
Cracked Ice 47"x25' Roll Gold
Gold decorating rolls will make a lasting impression!
If you're ready to make a lasting impression on your guests at the next event you host then Gold Cracked Ice Rolls are sure to do the trick! The pebble-like finish of cracked ice will make a unique decorating difference. It is water, and stain-resistant and is available in various sizes. Each roll measures 47 inches wide x 25 feet long.
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- Pennant flags
To decorate a ceiling with incredible impact, we cut 20 lengths of inexpensive white mason line (available at hardware stores) the width of our room, and stapled 6" by 15" triangular pennant flags in alternating colors of blue and gold cracked ice to it at 18" intervals. Between the flags at 6" intervals we attached 1" wide alternating blue and gold mylar ribbon cut to 12" segments, which were folded in half into upside down slight "v"s over the mason line and stapled. Cracked ice is easy to measure and cut using a craft knife, cork-backed steel ruler and plastic cutting mat. Each string of pennants was strung overhead across the room at 36" intervals. Our graduation event was school- spirit themed, and our colors blazed above!
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Q:Can this be used as gift wrapping paper? Is it easily foldable and sealable with tape of craft glue?Asked on 12/2/2014 by AdamG from Houston, TX
A:Yes it can be.Answered on 12/3/2014 by csr
Q:Can I use this on the floor to walk on it?Asked on 5/20/2014 by M
A:it is not recommendedAnswered on 5/21/2014 by csr
Q:Can I hot glue this item to 4mm foam? If not, what glue is good to use with this itemAsked on 1/8/2013 by Trish
A:Because this is a metallic texturized paper we do not suggest using hot glue. Regular craft glue is recommended.Answered on 1/10/2013 by csr
Q:How much gold cracked ice do I need to cover approx. 300 sq ft?Asked on 9/21/2012 by Mia from Columbus, OH
A:To cover 300 square feet you will need 4-5 roll of the 47" x 25 foot rolls.Answered on 9/24/2012 by CSR