• Makes 5.5″ x 8.5″ paper
  • Uses easy ‘pour’ method
  • Supplies to make 40 sheets at a time
  • Durable, reusable supplies
  • Successful activity for groups
  • Age 10 to adult


Recycle! Make paper!

Bring hands-on science and art units to life. Turn wastepaper into new, usable paper – in minutes.

Set uses the easy and successful ‘POUR’ method to make paper. Multiple screens keep the process moving in group settings.

Kit makes up to forty 5.5″  x 8.5″ inch sheets per session. All supplies are reusable.

Teacher helps include supply checklist, tabletop layout, tips.

Recommended for 4th grade and up.


See how it works: How To Make Paper Basic Steps




  • Pour deckle box (finished wood) with hook and loop straps
  • 3 papermaking screens
  • 3 cover screens
  • 2 screen support grids
  • Illustrated direction sheet (waterproof)
  • Pulp pre-measuring guide (waterproof)
  • 2 sponges
  • Press bar
  • 80 couch 6.5″ x 9.5″ sheets (reusable)
  • Cotton Linter Sheet Pulp (10″ x 12″)
  • Classroom set-up guide with two layout options
  • Teacher tips with materials checklist
  • Arnold Grummer’s PAPERMILL Guidebook *

* 12 page booklet with basic steps, how-tos for decorative techniques and QR codes linked to instructional videos.

*Requires use of household blender, dishpan, tray (cookie sheet); iron optional. Wastepaper a must.

You will need simple household items: kitchen blender, tub (storage container), tray (cookie sheet with sides), sponge, 6.5″ x 9.5″ cloths or Couch Sheets (sold separately)

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