If you want to age the pages, you can soak them in tea.
Hi Grandma Pat, not sure if you want to age books or just pages you're using for a project. Since you asked how to age "books", here's a link I found that may be useful.
Hello Grandma Pat, hope this helps you, you could like do similar with books using a deeper pot
Hi Pat, I just use a tea bag to age any paper. Use a black tea for a brown colour, soak it in water and then run the wet tea back along the edges or the full piece of paper. Hope that helps.
Here is some info to help. https://www.instructables.com/community/How-to-age-a-book/
Hi, this is Peggy. Hope this video helps you age your books.
You don't have something that says Reader's Digest or something. So just something with lettering.More
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They can be tea stained or treated with acrylic washes. Pages might stick together.
If you are looking for pages to have a yellowed look, coffee ☕️ s a great way to stain them. Spending a bit of time to break in the spines by opening and applying pressure to the area. Turn down random corners then fold back to give the appearance of being read.