Look Out Baby, We Got da Tools
Plenty of Fibrous Plant Material
A Big Stainless Steel Pot
Some Kind of Heating Mechanism
Old Yucky Blender
Doing this outdoors or in a place with lots of ventilation where it doesn't matter if it smells like Forest Soup would be best. Also someplace you can leave your Mess without the need to tidy up is always helpful. The three websites I linked to were indispensable to my completing this project, and I doubt that I will be succinct enough to preclude their necessity. Thanks to Yuki Ito, JAANUS, and Beth LaCour for writing all this stuff down. Allons-y!
Step One: Gather Thy Materials
Step Two: Prepare Thy Weeds
Step Three: Chop Chop!
Step Four: Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble
Step Five: HULK MASH!
Step Six: It's Slime Time, Baby
Step Se7en: What's In the Box?
Step Eight: Congratulations!
Come again? I hadn't been thinking of making this paper to use for anything, I had only been thinking about it as the finished product, the Paper Itself as Objet d'Art. It's not very attractive, durable, or waterproof, so I don't think I could use it for anything. Maybe I'll frame each Sheet and give some lame Christmas Presents. The real gift is setting out to Complete A Project, and successfully Completing Said Project.