thin paper densely wrinkled to resemble crepe, used for decorating, wrapping, etc.
thin crinkled coloured paper, resembling crepe and used for decorations
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She is not a full-fledged nurse, but she gives me my medication and bathes this pink crepe paper called skin.
Pull the crepe paper petals slightly away from each other to form the poppy.
Dried flowers, cornstalks and crepe paper are highly flammable.
Cover the area with crepe paper streamers representing vines.
Illustrate dye boiling out of a blanket by taking blue or red crepe paper and letting it soak overnight in a jar of water.
Letting little ones make decorations with crepe paper, construction paper, stickers and glue.
Dried flowers, cornstalks, and crepe paper are highly flammable.
It was all red, white and blue balloons and crepe paper, and it was a really wonderful reception in the airplane.