#1.Tack the window screening mash tightly onto the frame.
#2. Line a table with felt squares.
#3. Tear paper into small pieces and placed in the tub full of water.
#4. Blend into pulp using a blender. If you want add seeds and dried flowers.
#5. Dunk the frame into the until it is completely submerged. Then lift and let drain.
#6. Flip the frame onto a felt square and using a sponge, absorb as much water as you can from the mesh.
#7. Carefully remove the frame. The pulp should stick to the felt squares.
#8. Place felt on raised wire rack and leave to dry.
#9. Peel the paper off the felt when dry.
Directions from Bea Johnson’s book, Zero Waste Home.
-Window screen mesh
-Frame(s): Choose a frame with a flat front. The size of your frame will determine the size of your paper.
-Felt squares: they need to be larger than the size of your frames.
-Paper: preferably paper that has been printed on both sides or else scratch paper.
- Seeds or dried flowers (optional)
- Large sponge.