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Based in United Kingdom, lyndathecraftycow has been an eBay member since 11 Apr, 2005

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How hand made paper is made
A guide to answer all your questions about MULBERRY PAPER, MULBERRY TISSUE, COTTON PAPER, SILK PAPER, PETAL PAPERS, BANANA PAPERS and HOW THEY ARE MADE. HOW IS HANDMADE PAPER MADE? MULBERRY PAPER      Mulberry paper is made from the Mulberry tree which grows in abundance in Thailand.  Silk worms are also fed on the leaves to make silk.  Old spent trees have the bark stripped and the inner bark is pulped before skilled artisans make the paper on a ...
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HOW TO TEAR YOUR THICK MULBERRY PAPERS! A frequently asked question!  Many crafters like to use natural and eco-friendly papers - these handmade thick mulberries tear beautifully but if you've only used thin ones before it can be a bit daunting's how I tear them... 1. For straight lines, fold a line where you want to tear, open up again and place a good ruler/straight edge just to the left (or right if you're left handed) of your tear line. 2. Start off the tear with your...
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WRAPPING IDEAS FROM THE CRAFTY COW Here's some I made earlier!  A whole pile of prezzies all wrapped in handmade papers with recycled elements - reduce YOUR carbon hoofprint with the crafty cow:)                                         The first picture shows how you can combine re-cycle...