Paper Products can be found everywhere you look, but you can make paper that is one-of-a-kind right in your own kitchen. It''s a fun, simple process, and you can use the paper you make for drawing, writing, printing, embossing, or collage.

    You can color it with inks or dyes. You can embed objects such as flowers, glitter, and threads. Or, you can laminate pieces together. You can even recycle "useless" items like junk mail, egg cartons, old wrapping paper, and dryer lint.

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