If you share a passion for hand-made? Th, which became a truly mass, you probably know what to pick up supplies? this is half the battle.
But it is not always possible to find a suitable design, quality and price.
For example, hand-made paper is very expensive, and its range is often limited.
Solve these problems can, again referring to the? Home? creativity? make the paper itself.
You will need
- Herbarium of flowers and leaves, old newspapers, towels, PVA glue, mixer, mosquito net / gauze, a tray, a towel, a sponge, iron
Take as a basis for the new paperold towels, newspaper or written sheet. Tear it into small pieces. You can use the napkins in different colors, to result in a desired shade. For the same purpose it is possible to add water-soluble dyes, tea or coffee.
Fold the paper into a saucepan and fill it with warm water. Crush mass mixer until smooth.
Add the resultant? Mush? teaspoon of PVA glue. You can at the same time add the dried grass or cereals? for decorative effect. The consistency of the mixture should resemble cream. If it is too thick, dilute with warm water. Stir the mass again.
Shots on tray three layers of small mosquitomesh or gauze. Pour the contents of the pots on a tray and spread evenly. The thinner the layer is, the thinner the paper obtained. Smooth weight and place her flower petals, leaves or any other excipient.
Cover the tray top by three layersmesh / gauze. Foam sponge start collecting water promakivaya surface. Move from the center to the edges. Continue the process until until no more water to soak into the sponge. At this point, cover the tray with a cotton cloth and gently press it. Wait until the fabric will absorb no moisture residue.
Cover the tray or board rigid unbendingcardboard. Turn the tray so that the paper was on the board. Carefully remove the mosquito net. Take another board, cover it with a cotton cloth, put the tissue side of the paper. Turn over again. Remove the foil and cover the sides of the fabric. Iron the whole iron structure. Stroking should be as long as the paper is dry. The finished sheet put under the press.