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For spellbooks and potion tags :)

This is an excellent way to quickly stain & dry aged paper - uses Worcestershire sauce. Tip- we laid wax paper down in pan & placed stained pages on top to keep them from sticking while drying in the oven.

Faux Leatherbound book covers (made with paper bags)

How to Create a Faux Leather Book Cover - using a paper bag - via Design Sponge

Make Grungy Sauce to 'age' paper & fabric items.

ingredientes y tutorial para hacer etiquetas sucias! ----- ingredients and tutorial to make grungy tags!

Pinner said: How to make paper look old:Here are the steps that I took- again really simple but they worked for me. What you'll Need:      	Old book for the paper          	Coffee or tea ( I used instant coffee and it was a lot simpler for me)          	Cookie Sheets          	Oven

Aged paper- fill a spray bottle with strong coffee, cover paper and bake at 200 for about 6 min or until dry.


afancifultwist says: While jar was still damp inside, I stuffed in some batting/pillow stuffing fibers torn apart to create a cloud effect. After jar was stuffed with the white fiber, I funneled in a bunch of glitter, both larger gold glitter

With Halloween right around the corner (Hello!? What happened to August!?), Renaissance Festival season in full swing, and our DnD adventures winding up, hubby asked me for some aged paper. Now, “paper” has a long history. Papyrus was made in Egypt from the cyperus papyrus plant found along the Nile. Its use dates back …

Easy DIY Aged Paper