Publisher description for Beginner's guide to papermaking / Heidi Reimer-Epp & Mary Reimer.


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From love letters to wedding invitations to birth announcements, everything looks more beautiful and personal written on handmade paper. Setting up a home paper mill is as easy as baking a cake, with instructions for simple tools and materials that work for both beginning and advanced techniques, including laminating, embossing, layering, watermarking, crumpling, marbling, and pigmentation. Find just the right tones, colors, decorations, and textures for every kind of message and gift. Along with several personal stationery styles, papermaking projects cover samplers, stab-bound books, photo frames, window greeting cards, decorative bowls, sparkle paper, party favors, and paper packages, including a money envelope, pillow boxes, and gift bags.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Papermaking, Paper, Handmade