Antiquing Paper




About: Hello, My Name is Matthew, I have 8 (almost 9) siblings. I LOVE Woodworking (DIYing) me and my family are the Galicinski Family Band. Me and my brother Micah love composing music, please check us out on yout...

In this project I will be showing you how to antique paper with a simple Coffee Method.

Step 1: Supplies Needed

Supplies and Tools needed:


Paper(you can use paper trash)


Cookie sheet


and Oven

Step 2: Coffee

Start by making some coffee.

Then pour the coffee into a bowl.

Step 3: Paper in the Coffee

Crumble the paper in your hands, then dunk it in the bowl with the coffee.

Step 4: Putting the Paper on the Cookie Sheet

Put it on a cookie sheet.

Let there be some wrinkles in the paper.

(This will give the paper the old look)

Step 5: Cooking the Paper

Preheat the oven to 375 and cook the paper for about 5 mins.

The paper should be a gold kind of color.

Step 6: Finished!!!!!

You have finished!!!

Thanks for reading

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    3 Discussions


    1 year ago

    Dang it! You got to it first. I was going to make a ible about how to do this for fantasy maps. You ever try it with a map? I've made some sweet Middle Earth maps like this.

    2 replies

    Reply 1 year ago

    Sweet! No I've never tried it with a map. You should make a instructable on how to make Middle Earth maps. Do you use a program on the computer or do you write it on paper?


    Reply 1 year ago

    No, I just printed them out :) You can find some pretty good ones on google images. I did a very nice Thorin's map of the lonely mountain.