How to make a paperbeater in under 30 minutes

Lea Mcdonald papercrafts have long been a staple of the American household, but they are making a comeback as an affordable and versatile tool for a wide range of tasks.

Now a new invention may make them even more versatile, as the makers of the paperbeaters for papermakers have made it even easier to make them in just a few minutes.

The paperbeats are made by using a mixture of paper and wax, and they are meant to be made in one piece, using a special glue.

In a video posted on YouTube, a team of University of Pennsylvania engineers explains how they did it.

The team used a paperboard to make the beater, which they then coated in a special wax, called polyurethane, which allows the wax to stick to the paper and form a mold that can be molded into the shape of a beater.

They then sprayed it with a liquid polymer called silicone to help it stick.

It worked perfectly.

They also used a silicone sealant to keep the wax from touching the wax, so it wouldn’t adhere to the wax.

The process was so quick that the team managed to complete the work in just five minutes.

They say they hope to be able to make paperbeasts in a couple of months.