Invented by 16th century nuns, paste paper is an historical method of making decorative paper by hand. A mixture of pigment, wheat paste and water is moved across the surface of paper to create different patterns and textures. This is a fun and easy technique. Resulting papers can be used in a myriad of ways, from bookbinding to scrapbooking to collages.
This class is led by Jessica Peterson of The Southern Letterpress. All materials are included with the $60 registation. Prepayment is required. Sign up online here.