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Re: [BKARTS] Chinese tea paper



I've used Oriental spirit paper aka tea paper, found in food stores serving the Asian community, for wall paper, covering frames, books and such very successfully. It's a lovely paper, and the small size lends it to many applications. You just don't want to rub it very hard, as the gold/silver flakes off easily.  You can fix the metallics with Krylon, but be sure to do so with good ventilation.  
Susan Lightcap

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