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Grey Faux Suede Cord 3mm Flat 5 of Sued 100%本物保証! 4.5m 新発売 yards

Grey Faux Suede Cord 3mm, Flat Cord, 4.5m / 5 yards of Faux Sued

$3

Grey Faux Suede Cord 3mm, Flat Cord, 4.5m / 5 yards of Faux Sued

4.5m / 5 yards of 3mm Faux Suede Cord in Grey
- Other colours available

This is a great alternative to Leather, perfect for using to make bracelets and necklaces. You can use ribbon clamps and bell closers or simply knot together.


+LISTING DETAILS+
This listing is for Grey 3mm wide Flat Faux Suede Cord


+ ITEM SIZE +
Faux Suede Cord 4.5m / 5 yards in length


+ MATERIALS +
Faux Suede Cord


+ SHIPPING +
All items are shipped First Class via Royal Mail within the UK and International Standard worldwide. Multiple items from Craftyopia may be purchased at the same time and will ship in one package with combined shipping as long as they are going to the same address. If you wish to order multiple items and ship to separate addresses, you will need to check out with each item separately.


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Grey Faux Suede Cord 3mm, Flat Cord, 4.5m / 5 yards of Faux Sued

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