This is my first instructable so bare with me as i attempt to put this fun and easy tutorial on the screen for you i made sweet tea today and had tea bags, so i decided to age some paper before tossing them in the trash. Just make a big layered pile of paper, cover sheet, paper, cover sheet those sheets of waxed paper or plastic will keep the sheets from sticking together, and will give texture to both sides place a waxed paper or plastic cover sheet over the last piece of paper on the pile, then weight it to dry.
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The look, feel and smell of an old paper can make you think of the olden days papers like the celtic parchment, the papyrus of egypt and the ancient rice paper of china.
This gridiron pattern can be seen when the paper is held to the light today, some writing paper is still laid, though the pattern being more of a decoration watermark is visible when the paper is held up to a lightwatermarks can sometimes give important information about the age of the paper and the authenticity of the print. If the paper is a page ripped from an ancient tome, you'll want it yellow with age, but crisp and smooth, possibly with water damage around the edges, and a torn edge along the binding for this, dip or mist (not soak) the page in watered-down tea or coffee, blot it dry, then use a clothes iron to press and dry the page.