The idea is to take a page from your favorite book and turn it into cheap/free art in your reading room.
First, pick a page (duh).
Second, blow up said picture to the size of your choice (mine is 11x17 because that’s as big as the copy service at my office can make it and I’m too damn cheap/lazy to go to Kinko’s):
Third, brew a cup of tea:
(Tardis mug not necessary, but strongly encouraged)
Fourth, put the paper on a cookie sheet (another reason why 11x17 is a good choice) and cover with tea:
Let soak for 5 minutes while warming your oven to 200 degrees. After the paper has soaked, you can manipulate it by tearing, wrinkling, etc. to give it an “aged” look.
Fifth, drain off excess liquid and bake in the oven for 7-10 minutes. If
And there you have it. A nearly free art project that will have all your friends asking “what the f^#* does Hodor, hodor, hodor mean??????”
A craft so simple even Mitchell could do it. Well, he could if he were more than just a head. (He says we should hang a page from Everyone Poops above the dumper. That Mitchell - he always keeps it classy.)