Yep! It’s actually pretty easy, all things considered. I’ve link a couple of sites for extra info and steps, but essentially, it’s just soaking the lint, pressing it, and drying. It will take a few days all together, but most of the time will be spent waiting for it to dry. Happy paper-making!
One cool thing you could incorporate into your paper making process is to add flower seeds. If you made a card or some sort of decoration out of your paper, the person you sent it to could plant it and have something beautiful to grow. You likely want to be careful about trying to press a lot of the water out of the paper and get it dry within a few days so the seeds don’t start to grow.
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