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« on: January 04, 2011 04:53:08 PM »


What you need;
Ripped up paper(I used a old phonebook)
3 pieces of construction paper(i used yellow to make green paper)
tin foil
2 towels
framed screen
large plastic tub
Blender
iron
pillow case
add in like glitter,seeds,flower petals or leaves(i used blue glitter)

1.Fill tub with water.

2.Put paper in the blender including the construction paper.you need at least 2 blenderfulls of paper pulp.blend well.

3.pour paper pulp into the plastic tub

4. put in your add ins

5.swoosh water to mix well, some add ins will float, thats ok.

6.put the screen into the tub at a angle.move to the bottom of the tub.

7.slowly raise the screen straight up out of the tub and let the water drip off .

8.place screen on folded towel.

9.place tin foil on top of screen and push the water out with the second towel


10.flip screen and tinfoil over keeping them together.

11.blot out more water with the towel, you want to get out as much water as possible

12.carefully remove screen.set aside.

13.place pillow case verticle on heat safe surface.

14.carefully peel paper off of tinfoil.make sure the edges dont stick.

15.place paper on the bottom half of the pillow case and fold the top half over the paper.

16.Iron out as much of the water as you can.

17.peel paper off of the pillow case and set aside to dry the rest of the way,when the paper is dry if it rolls up just put it in between two books and it should flatten out.
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« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2011 05:21:22 PM »

sorry guys Its the other one that says how to make paper.i don't know how to delete this post.
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« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2011 06:24:00 PM »

wait this is  the right one.god i'm blonde!!
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