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Weathered Roses Decoupage Tissue Paper 21 x 29 in

Weathered Roses Decoupage Tissue Paper 21 x 29 in

Regular price $12.99 USD
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"Weathered Roses" is a beautifully aged painting of roses in soft, muted colors. The subtle tonal variations and textured brushstrokes create a vintage and romantic feel that is both timeless and elegant. This artwork is perfect for adding a touch of vintage charm to any piece.

What Makes Our Tissue Decoupage Papers Unique?

The Tissue Decoupage Papers from Whimsykel Designs stand out due to the following distinct characteristics:

  1. Sustainability: The tissue paper is made from 100% recycled materials, making it a responsible and environmentally friendly option.
  2. Eye-Catching Designs:  The use of a four-color digital printing process, complemented by an opaque white ink base, allows our eye-catching designs to come alive.
  3. Limited Quantity: Each of our digital designs are exclusive and produced in smaller quantities, ensuring that each design truly becomes a unique work of art in the hands of the artist.

Whether you're a seasoned furniture artist or crafter looking to add a special touch to your projects, our tissue decoupage papers are a perfect choice. Please share your creations with us on

Disclaimer: Please note that the colors of printed items may differ from the digital version displayed on your screen pending the substrates they are printed on. Additionally, printed batches can vary from batch to batch, similar to the way dye lots differ for fabric.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews

I absolutely love this paper! The design is so beautiful and the paper is so easy to work with 😍


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Lovely design, very good quality.

Love it!! Can't wait to use it so I can look at it a lot more. Excellent value.
A "how to " on getting the creases from shipping out of it would be helpful to us new users would be good. I'm new to using this type of material and I'm guessing IRONING the creases out would be ok. Guess I'll YouTube it first though.