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For our Fla. conference ( FAEA) we had a papermaking project that
making a 9X12" handmade paper into a Japanese style book.
The paper was made and folded in 1/2. Then several sheets of Japanese rice
were inserted inside,same size, folded in 1/2. Punch three holes along the
side and place a small twig along the outside fold. Now lace thin raffia to
and secure by lacing into the holes. You can get some interesting napkins and
decorated papers ( with metallic papers ,embossed medallions, and calligraphy)
from an Oriental market. Very cheap too. These were handsome little books
and a terrific gift project too.
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