Item # KT-PAPKITL

Papermaking Kit, Handmold

$22.95


Create your own handmade paper and unique stationery with this kit.

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Item # KT-PAPKITL
Papermaking Kit, Handmold
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Create your own handmade paper and unique stationery with this kit . Recycle household wastepaper by making new 8.5" x 11" sheets of beautiful paper with it. Kit includes a handmold, papermaking screen, cover screen, support grid, illustrated directions, and a botanical pack to add color and floral patterns. From Arnold Grummer. You supply some household items.

The paper making process is simple with this set. Blend up scraps of old paper with water, press it into sheets with the support grid and screen, and let it dry for a short time. And voila! - you have special paper for cards, scrapbooking, and more.

Science Fair Project Ideas:

  • How many times can you recycle paper? Try making a sheet of paper, then tearing it into small bits to make new paper.
  • What kinds of paper work best to recycle? Try notebook paper, greeting cards, construction paper, corrugated cardboard, etc.

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DESCRIPTION

Create your own handmade paper and unique stationery with this kit . Recycle household wastepaper by making new 8.5" x 11" sheets of beautiful paper with it. Kit includes a handmold, papermaking screen, cover screen, support grid, illustrated directions, and a botanical pack to add color and floral patterns. From Arnold Grummer. You supply some household items.

The paper making process is simple with this set. Blend up scraps of old paper with water, press it into sheets with the support grid and screen, and let it dry for a short time. And voila! - you have special paper for cards, scrapbooking, and more.

Science Fair Project Ideas:

  • How many times can you recycle paper? Try making a sheet of paper, then tearing it into small bits to make new paper.
  • What kinds of paper work best to recycle? Try notebook paper, greeting cards, construction paper, corrugated cardboard, etc.

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