When the design is deemed complete, the paper is hung on a line to dry, usually overnight. Paste papers can generally be broken into five main categories by method of decoration.
Pulled, drawn (including combed), daubed, and printed pastes all begin in the standard way, with a sheet of paper evenly coated in paste.
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When the paste cools, it is combined with enough water-soluble paint to obtain the desired hue.
A brush is then used to spread the colored paste across a dampened sheet of paper.
Such papers — some boasting bright shocks of color, others dull or faded — are scattered throughout the covers, end papers, and edges of SLU’s rare book collection.
After marbled and printed papers, they are the most prevalent type of decorative paper in our stacks. It is paper decorated with thick paint made from colored pigment and starch paste in a process often compared to finger painting.
Makers need only a simple starch (such as wheat, corn, or rice flour), water, and a source of heat over which to mix the two until they thicken into (you guessed it) a paste.
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