PAPERMAKING FOR THE COMPOSITION AND THE BREAKING OF PAPER paper or cellulose - 1 container 75 cl of warm water - an electric mixer

- pigments (optional) for the coloring of your papers. 1 - Prepare a handful of recycled paper or cellulose, torn into small pieces. Po ur into a container filled with 75 cl of warm water. 2 - Mix, let sit overnight ... The next day the paper particles and / or cellulose have sips of water. The pulp is ready to be crushed. 3 - Before you pour the batter in the mixer, stir t he mixture again. You can add in this stage of pigments to color your paper and thus benefit from funding any loans. 4 - It only remains for you only to crush y our dough with an electric mixer for 20 minutes or more depending on the finenes s of grain you wish to obtain. FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF PULP 20cl skin glue - a bowl filled with 5 liters of warm water and larger than your screen - 50 cl pulp 1 - Prepare 20cl skin glue that you pour into a bowl filled with 5 liters of war m water. This bowl should be of a size larger than your screen 2 - You add about 50 cl pulp before mixing. FOR THE DOUGH sifting a sieve - felts or blotters - plant dry (optional) to inco rporate them into your paper. 1 - Take your sieve and plunge it up at the bottom of the bowl. Pull it gently i n a circular motion so that the pulp therewith allocate well. 2 - Let the water s' dispose of the sieve out of the tub. Then turn out onto a felt, or blotting p aper, wet so that the fresh leaf therewith and hair removal. Always keep a pen b etween two sheets. 3 - Another option is to dry the sheet on the screen for one or two days depending on room temperature, then loosen from its support, gently, to cut paper .... dangerous operation, but effective. HOW TO MAKE YOUR SCREEN 4 slats of wood to form the chassis - the sheer muslin c urtains or a stapler or glue - to stretch a clip - a letter opener 1 - Assemble your four slats of wood to form the chassis or simply buy a wood fr ame 2 - At the back of your frame, staple or glue the piece of muslin curtains o r curtains with the help of a clamp to stretch, starting at the center of studs. Both types of textiles have a sufficiently fine grid and ventilated to allow th e flow of water and keep the flakes of wet paper. 3 - Make sure that the fabric surface is regular and tense up so that your paper from being applied thereafter . As to the amounts of the form, make sure that they are straight because the re gularity of the edges of your paper depends ... 4 - Avoid the addition of kaolin : if it condenses the paper, it does little to promote its preservation in time!