Paper making

Unknown, 1992

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Episode of Series “Tonia Todman’s craft room”.
Tonia Todman demonstrates how to make paper. She describes how to create interesting effects through the addition of grasses, seeds, flowers, and threads to your paper pulp. How to emboss or add a watermark to your paper is also explained. As well as recycling scrap paper, Tonia demonstrates how to produce paper from leaves and other natural products, and also from rags.

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