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Reynold's Freezer Paper in 2 Widths! By the Roll

Reynold's Freezer Paper in 2 Widths! By the Roll

$17.60 (inc GST) $16.00 (exc GST)
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This is for a whole roll of Reynold's freezer paper. Two roll sizes are available: narrower roll is 12.19m x 0.381m or the wider roll is 15.2m x 0.457m.

Freezer paper has so many uses in crafts. Try stenciling or appliques with it :) 

Wider width is out of stock at the moment.

To purchase them by the metre, please find the listings in store.

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How to Transfer Sewing Pattern Markings | Sewing Lessons (02:05)
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  1. The search is over! 5 Star Review

    (Submitted on 1st Dec 2016)

    I can't begin to tell you how long and hard I looked for a local source of this freezer paper. So happy to have found it and your wonderful store!

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