Fake Egyptian Papyrus/ Palm-leaf Manuscript.

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Introduction: Fake Egyptian Papyrus/ Palm-leaf Manuscript.

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I am going to show you how to make a fake Egyptian papyrus. You can make this for your history projects. :D

Step 1: Things You Will Need.

  • Coffee powder.
  • Water.
  • Drawing paper.
  • Sketch pen.
  • Match box.
  • Brush.

Step 2: Lay the Paper on a Flat Surface.

Step 3: Add a Pinch of Coffee Powder to the Water.

Step 4: Using a Brush, Paint the Paper With the Coffee Mixture.

Allow the paper to dry.

Step 5: Add Little More Coffee Powder to the Same Mixture to Get a Darker Shade.

Step 6: Paint It As Shown.

Step 7: Write Down Something.

Make rounded, diagonal and random shapes of letter.

Step 8: Gently Burn the Edges.

Step 9: To Create a Seal, Put Melted Wax.

Step 10: Its Ready!

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    15 Comments

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    ArabellaTaylor
    ArabellaTaylor

    3 years ago

    that was cool to make!

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    ArabellaTaylor
    ArabellaTaylor

    Reply 3 years ago

    It turned out really awesome Ill have to make it again sometime

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    Anusree Pushpan
    Anusree Pushpan

    Reply 3 years ago

    I am glad you tried it. Thank you :)

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    iceng
    iceng

    3 years ago

    This is a Comment !

    I'm very extremely impressed by how straight your symbol rows are !

    This neat script is far beyond my abilities :-)

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    The annoying robot made it a tip and does not let me untip it #@#$

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    iceng
    iceng

    Tip 3 years ago

    I'm very extremely impressed by how straight your symbol rows are !

    This neat script is far beyond my abilities :-)

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    desoi
    desoi

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Looks cool and you could make the script authentic (ish) by using this hieroglyphics translator and copying the results...

    http://www.discoveringegypt.com/hieroglyphic-typewriter.html

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    Anusree Pushpan
    Anusree Pushpan

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you for the link! :) We can actually write secret notes using that :D