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Artist Sherie Tengbergen shows you the different paper you can make using recycled paper. Aside from helping mother nature, ...
you can make this on your own, display or send this as a gift to someone.
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Types of Paper for Recycled Paper Art
On behalf of tvlesson.com my name is Sherie Tengbergen. I’m a professional artist with the watercolorgourmet.com. In this clip on recyclable paper art I am going to show you different types of paper that you can make and we are going to start over here. These two pieces of paper have been made using leftover or thrown out simple white paper towel and this particular one I put a little bit of blue tissue paper in with it which gives it the nice blue color.
This one I took actually from Halloween, a spider web netting and put that into the paper as it was drying and you see that it has this nice texture and when you pull it that netting comes out. It’s really nice. These two were done with pieces of leaves and some papyri in different colors and some gold strands and that was inner woven into the paper.
This one was colored with tissue paper that has some leaves in it. And went from your dryer which is another great thing that you can add to the paper that you make. These are all dried leaves and this is all green leaves with a little bit of green food coloring to color the paper. Over here are some examples of dried leaves and barked dust and coffee grounds that have been put into the paper to make this great texture. And down underneath here, this is a paper that I made ahead of time was salt coffee and tea and I will rip that up and put that into the blender also.
And finally these are made with white computer paper and this particular sheet I’m really proud of this is a great big sheet and water colored paper. I’m going to iron it and then I’m going to do a water color on top of this paper. So there are some examples, there’s some really cool papers you can make.
On behalf of tvlesson.com this is Sherie Tengbergen and thank you for watching.