Step 2: Burn The Edges Of The Paper.

Now this step may be a bit tricky. You can use a lighter over you're sink but I found that the paper burned too quick. I used the stove top and placed it on a low heat and it burned the edges very nicely and with less smoke.
<p>WOW that is so kool XD</p>
nicely done, i've never considered using red vinegar, varying the strength of the coffee or tea will give different effects as will various fruit and vegetable juices
Can anybody else see a face in the intro image...?
I see a screaming head with a skull below it
I see Hulk Hogan. Seriously, his mustache, his chin, his nose, his eyes, his hair, all show up very distinctly.
I can see either a person screaming in pain, or a man in a samurai-esque helmet hunched over. Or some sort of fanged beast...but then again, I have a very active imagination!<br><br>Prettynink87x, this looks great. I used to use tea bags way back in grade school for projects, but we used a especially dark mix that made the paper look like this. I like the vinegar staining idea, too. Nice and simple. Kudos.

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