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DIY Paper with a Food Processor

By: Instructables
Updated February 22, 2019
DIY Paper with a Food Processor
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Your very own handmade paper is just a short video tutorial away! Learn how to make DIY Paper with a Food Processor. Start with torn up sheets of paper and sawdust and finish with a completed sheet of handmade paper. The sawdust fills out the paper pulp nicely, giving the paper a great textured finish. You'll learn how to make the screen to lay the paper pulp on, and you'll learn how to use a food processor to blend the paper if you don't have a blender handy. The awesome hacks provided in this tutorial are a great resource for your paper making projects.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueGeneral Paper Crafting

Intermediate

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