How to Make Handmade Paper (Tutorial-DIY)

How to Make Handmade Paper (Tutorial-DIY)

Recycle your old paper stocks. Learn how to make your own decorative handmade paper, the easy way.

P.S: I changed the music due to copyright grounds

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Marie Marquiala

46 thoughts on “How to Make Handmade Paper (Tutorial-DIY)

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  2. This is so amazing ……I ll definitely try making it on my own giving a huge thumbs up👍👍👍👍👍👍

  3. This was actually a very interesting video, and I liked the way you used things around the house vs. buying screens and using fancy equipment.

  4. All the diys for this are basically the same… Is there not any other creative way of making paper

  5. This would really come handy if everyone tries. A waste reduced in a paste!! this is pretty environment-friendly…💝💝💝

  6. This is awful. The paper looks terrible and flimsy. The pulp has way too many huge chunks, and the method of forming the paper is horrible.

  7. And how do we make really smooth paper like the A4 ones for computer printing? Or even the smooth card stock kind?

  8. will it cause any damage to my iron when I use it for drying? 😯or could i just use a blow dryer??😊

  9. Thank you very much with this technique you actually help a little bit of mother earth and i have a wuestion how ,any homemade paper will that make?

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  11. This is great… I love the fact that you don't need one of those screens that all other videos are advertising.this is truly using things around the house. Thank you so much!!

  12. thank you very much i had to take those paper o school and i had only one day thank you very much

  13. You're welcome. You could actually add the food coloring while blending/ mashing up your paper shreds. But what I did, was I added a few drops of coloring before molding it into the plastic lid. Either way works fine 😀

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