49.5cms x 5.7cm
In classical architecture and particularly in Ancient Greece and Rome, a frieze is a long and narrow sculptural band that runs along the middle of an entablature. It is often seen sitting on top of the column capitals, in between the architrave on the lowest level and the cornice at the top.
FlexiWood mouldings are heat bendable appliques and trims made from wood pulp that has been derived from wood processing byproducts.
What makes FlexiWood special? Put simply, you just 'heat & bend'. Using a heat source such as a heat gun, hair dryer or electric frypan, flexibility and elasticity is activated in the FlexiWood. This allows it to wrap, bend, and conform to almost any surface. Magic right!
How do you bond it to your surface?Use any wood glue available from craft or hardware stores to attach you FlexiWood mouldings. Using a brush or your finger make sure that the entire underside of your FlexiWood is coated with wood glue before applying to your project. This will ensure maximum bon
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