What do I do when I have too much junk mail? I get annoyed. Then I shred some, turn it into pulp, and then make paper out of it. At least sometimes. Its more work than you might think, chopping, spreading, pressing by hand, drying … anyway, it’s a great use for some absolutely useless junk that comes in the mail. Would you like some?
This is not acid free. I used papermaking additive in the pulp, but the source is a random mix of papers and paper types, and the amount I add is by my best estimate. This paper’s best used for fun crafting, scrapbooking, decorative printmaking, and things like that. It’s not for archival quality works of art.
The rough size is around 7 by 10 inches, but that’s not the exact size of the paper. Some sheets are bigger and some are smaller, but they are all made using the same screen. I tried my best to make them about the same size. The paper has a rough texture. It is a rigid paper.
By using Joseph’s RePaper(tm) you’re helping with recycling, and anything goes in mine… well, anything paper or paper-like. Unlike the recyclers producing paper in bulk in a plant, I don’t reject source material that’s too dark, or the wrong color, or because it contains plastic. Although it’s not appropriate for printer paper or notebook paper, it’s really fun and unique paper. And how often do you need to make ‘fun’ copies?
The images are of the actual paper for sale, they aren’t a representation. This is not a toy. It’s not edible nor is it food-safe. It’s your responsibility to be responsible with it, like all my items.
This package contains ten sheets.