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Topic: How to age photo's, letters, paper, etc....
Message: Posted by: Jim Poor (Jan 1, 2006 05:22PM)
Forgive me if I missed it in my searches, but I seem to get threads about the minimum age for flash paper use, and how to age a haunted key. Not exactly what I'm after.

I need to be able to age a letter, maybe a photograph, and a couple of other paper documents. Any advice on a way to do it with easily obtainable materials? What about tea staining?

Tks
Jim
Message: Posted by: Jaz (Jan 1, 2006 05:28PM)
http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~roy/magictalk-wisdom/discussions/aging_paper.html

http://www.lisavollrath.com/articles/019.html

http://www.scrapbookorner.com/toptips/paper-aging.htm

http://www.nhhistory.org/edu/support/nhgrowingup/agingpaper.pdf


A Google search for 'aging paper' may turn up more.
Message: Posted by: Jim Poor (Jan 1, 2006 06:24PM)
DUH! Smacks self in forehead. Talk about tunnel vision (the very thing I warn my students about no less). I have no clue why I didn't search OUTSIDE the Café. Silly me.

Sorry for the no so bright question, but thanks for the point in the right direction.

Jim
Message: Posted by: Face (Jan 6, 2006 06:12AM)
WOW Jaz! Great info...thanks ;)