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Name, Cats Eye Nebula, Eye of God outer space Wrapping Paper

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30" x 6'
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Media: Glossy Wrapping Paper

Make sure every gift you give has a layer of love by creating custom wrapping paper. Available in four types of premium paper and different five sizes, our wrapping paper has all of your gift wrapping needs covered - because the presentation matters just as much as the present!

  • 64lb, print quality glossy paper
  • Ideal for printing photos
  • Full color edge to edge printing
  • Width: 30”
  • Length: Multiple choices from 6 feet - 60 feet
  • Each roll up to 15’ in length; Lengths greater than 15’ shipped as multiple 15’ rolls
  • Length guide:
    • 6' roll wraps 3 shirt-sized boxes
    • 15' roll wraps 9 shirt-sized boxes
    • 30' roll wraps 18 shirt-sized boxes
    • 45' roll wraps 27 shirt-sized boxes
    • 60' roll wraps 36 shirt-sized boxes
  • Printed in USA
  • Please note: Designs are tiled after first 36" x 30" printed section
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Name, Cats Eye Nebula, Eye of God outer space Wrapping Paper
Galaxies, Stars and Nebulae series: A gorgeous gift-wrap design featuring a composite image of the Cat's Eye nebula from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Hubble Space Telescope. This famous nebula represents a phase of stellar evolution after a star like our Sun runs out of fuel. In this phase, a star becomes an expanding red giant and sheds some of its outer layers, eventually leaving behind a hot core that collapses to form a dense white dwarf star. A fast wind emanating from the hot core rams into the ejected atmosphere, pushes it outward, and creates the graceful filamentary structures. image code: tcenebnch Image credit: NASA/Chandra
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