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Kabuki Streamers: Flashy Purple with Gold Breakaways

$ 7.35 $ 5.99

Kabuki Streamers: Flashy Purple with Gold Breakaways

$ 7.35 $ 5.99

15' Purple Tissue Streamer Laced with 6" Gold Strips, Stacked in 10" Launch Sleeve.

Dramatic Purple Serpentine Unleashes Flashes of Gold Mid-Flight.

The exterior paper is 15 feet of biodegradable deep purple tissue. We drop in strips of bright gold metallic and roll the two together. Launched, the gold breaks away as the purple unfurls. The action is lively and powerful - perfect for a brilliantly-lit sports event or Mardi Gras Krewe.

Confetti Creative: Multiply Your Look With Flashy Confetti

To control your audience's focus points, create a sleeve of matching Flashy Purple and Gold Slowfall Confetti and toss it on top of your Flashy Streamer Load. The arc of the streamers captures attention first. Then the slow flutter of confetti rectangles pulls gaze back to the starting point.

Purple-Gold Flashy Breakaway Streamer Details

  • 1/2"x15' tissue purple streamers rolled around 6" gold metallic strips
  • Packed in a 10" clear plastic sleeve
  • Flameproof PVC and biodegradable, fire-resistant tissue

How Much To Buy, How To Load

Kabuki 32" and 20" Handheld Launcher

  • 2 sleeves per launch

Professional RC-2 Cannon

  • 10 sleeves (5 per barrel) for 2x20 
  • 6 sleeves (3 per barrel) for 1x36 

These double rolls are fatter than single-layer Speedloaders, so loading 1" wide barrels can take a few seconds longer. Snip open the sleeve and tuck the rolls into your barrels - no need to be particularly careful about getting them inside. Recycle the sleeve and launch. 

Simple Cleanup

Not only are these grand inflight, Flashy Streamers are easy to scoop up afterwards - and guests tend to do that for you.