diy handmade paper without blender and deckle | recycled egg carton

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This video is my first time to create handmade paper out of recycled egg cartons to recreate the rough texture. Egg cartons are often used in model making to mimic the texture of concrete, stone or brick walls. Because egg cartons don’t come flat, I decided to use the material and turn it into paper in hopes that I can also use it for model making.

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