Step 1: Equipment.
A container big enough for the paper to fit inside of (there are ways around this if you can't find one big enough).
Step 2: Make the Tea.
Stir it thoroughly until it is a really dark color.
Then, add a heaped table spoon of coffee granules to the mix.
Stir it again until it is mixed in well and looks a dense drown color.
Step 3: Dye the Paper.
(If your container isn't big enough to do this, lightly fold the paper in half and place it in).
Use the spoon to press down the paper to make sure it is covered by the water. As demonstrated in the picture.
Leave the paper to soak for 10 to 20 minutes.
Step 4: Adding Decor and Ware.
While it is still wet, take a few pinches of coffee grains and sprinkle a generous amount in a few places. They will quickly dissolve and darken the areas, creating a worn / burn look to the paper.
If the coffee granules don't dissolve, use the spoon to tip a small drop of water onto them.
Once they've melted for a minute or so, use a towel to blot the paper dry.
Then put it somewhere to dry completely, such as on a heater. But be careful not to set anything on fire.
Step 5: Parchment Complete.
Step 6: Tips / Extras
You can scrunch up the paper during the staining process to give it to dark creases as seen in the pictures, making it look even older.