Handmade recycled paper (part 4)

comments (2) May 2nd, 2009 in gallery     

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Make your papers dry on a clothes dryer, or, better, if you have enough room, to get papers more straights, place your fabricks + papers horizontally on large towels
Wnen they are dried, disjoin delicately the papers from the fabricks
To get them more straiths, iron them without steam with a piece of fabrick at the top to protect your iron   Thats it, it is finish.
Make your papers dry on a clothes dryer, or, better, if you have enough room, to get papers more straights, place your fabricks + papers horizontally on large towels

Make your papers dry on a clothes dryer, or, better, if you have enough room, to get papers more straights, place your fabricks + papers horizontally on large towels

part 4, last part


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Handmade paper like I do it !
posted in: gallery, handmade paper recycling

Comments (2)

belleeven writes: Lucy B! Did I find you? I haven't heard from you in ages. What is happening with the Diary Project? Could you email me at [email protected]? (I cannot seem to figure out how to contact you by note on this website.) i would love to help in any way that I can. :)
Posted: 11:21 am on August 16th
godandmrsc writes: I love this process for making papers and the drying rack was something that made this whole process so much easier! Thank you for this wonderful craft! Great job!
Posted: 11:13 pm on May 5th
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