Figuring out a way to give your used paper a second life? Come join us as we unwind together and learn the traditional process of making recycled paper!
If you love unique textures, raw edges, this workshop is for you. Get creative and make paper that is all unique, with different colours, sizes, textures and gradients.
We encourage reusing materials that you already have on hand. Bring any used paper, scrap cotton yarn or even your favourite tea leaves to add to your creations! Blend it into the paper pulp or sprinkle it on top; it’s all up to you.
Make as many sheets of paper as you want during the workshop! We will mail your creations out the following week because handmade paper takes about 24 hours to dry.
Join us to transform your old scraps into new beauty, let your creativity run!
Each session is about 60 mins – 80 mins. Do let us know in the comments on which weekends you are available and we will schedule it with you accordingly!
21 Bukit Batok Crescent, #06-78 WCEGA Tower, Singapore 658065
Diana Chow –
I had a wonderful and intimate experience using paper scraps to recreate paper . The facilitators patiently went through the steps with my daughter and I . We even played around with different colours and used dried flowers to create different patterns . It was a painstakingly beautiful and therapeutic process which made us realise our precious paper is . Really enjoyed the process and happy to know that we can turn our paper scraps into something useful . I would recommend this as part of any team building activity .
Yunnie (verified owner) –
It started with my 4yo accidentally wetting toilet paper and spreading them over a large surface saying she recreated the toilet paper. This was the perfect introduction to the age old art of paper making. Wonderful bonding session with my 4yo, with Jo guiding us every step of the way in this private paper making workshop. We collected paper scraps the week prior to the workshop and brought them there to be recycled and given a new lease of life. Eye opening for Miss 4 to see how old paper could be transformed into new ones, and it also struck home how laborious the paper making process was, conveying the message of sustainability and cherishing our paper resources. Can’t recommend the experience enough!