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3D Christmas Paper Tree decoration kit dark blue medium

 33.75

All that is: the color, details, the display and the function.
Dark blue for the cold and pure expression – a need for calm and clean space where the mind can be recharged.

FabGoose paper decorations remind of a colder season without necessarily referring to the festive Christmas days. This kind of decor could even stay during the entire Winter season allowing for a cozy feel in our homes.

HANDMADE… by you

This medium 3D Fir Tree comes in a beautiful packaging.

This Co-Creation kit is complete but not finished and includes:

• Paper arks with ready-to-use elements made of 175 g sturdy paper with natural antique finish. FSC and ECF certified (no heavy metals or chlorine bleaching)
• Foot stand Ø 70 * 23 mm, European Oak / metal pin / Round top in European Oak
• Plastic beads – plenty (400 pcs.)
• Simple assembling instruction with illustrations

Also available in size Large

Color: Size:

Dark blue paper 

Black plastic beads

H 25.5 cm
Environment: Made in:
FSC and ECF certified Denmark

In stock

SKU: PFT2023 Categories: ,

Description

This NORDIC FIR TREE is modeled on the elegant Nordmann’s Fir (Abies nordmanniana) which in recent years has become the Christmas tree of choice in many Nordic homes.

Fabulous Goose once again aspires to the heritage of H. C. Andersen’s paper clip. This time in the new Nordic minimalist interpretation designed by a talented Danish illustrator and paper artist Theresa Jessing who has painstakingly cut out the original prototypes by hand in much the same way as legendary children’s storyteller Hans Christian Anderson fashioned his illustrations using just paper and scissors.