RHS Decoupage Paper Dutch Tulips
Dutch Tulips is a joyful floral Annie Sloan with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Decoupage Paper. Pieter van Kouwenhoorn (or Couwenhoom) was a painter who flourished in the 1620s and 1630s in Haarlem and Leiden, within the Netherlands. These stunning watercolours of variegated tulips were painted around the time of Tulip Mania during the Dutch Golden Age. Annie Sloan has enlarged the design to make a gorgeously ostentatious floral statement against a background of Old White (available as Chalk Paint® and Annie Sloan Wall Paint). Click here for more information on how to use Decoupage Papers.
® The Royal Horticultural Society. The Royal Horticultural Society, and its logo, are trade marks of The Royal Horticultural Society (Registered Charity No 222879/SC038262) and used under licence from RHS Enterprises Limited.
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All the papers from the Annie Sloan with Royal Horticultural Society collaboration including the geometric designs and the flora and fauna have been printed on dyed tissue papers. They have been designed to work best with Chalk Paint® and Annie Sloan Image Medium.
Pack contains 2 x Decoupage papers. 30 gsm/ 11 lbs (US paper weight).
Size: 700mm (27.6″) x 480mm (18.9″)