crumplemeone now crumpling up wax paper or splitting a seam on his pants?
You'll probably want to do this on wax paper for easy clean-up.
Draw a design onto a piece of wax paper using a grease pencil.
Paint each section of the wax paper with the relevant color using a small paintbrush and careful strokes.
Allow the paint and glue to dry undisturbed on the wax paper overnight.
Carefully peel the cling off the wax paper and transfer it to a window.
If yours sticks you can use a wax pencil or wax paper to make it slide easier and zip correctly.
Meanwhile, line another baking pan or tray with parchment or wax paper.
Form the dough into a ball, and then place it on wax paper.
Smooth the dough out on the wax paper with your hands or a rolling pin until it is about a half an inch thick.
Once the sock has been removed from the hand, place a piece of wax paper inside to keep paint, markers, glue, etc. from "bleeding" onto the other side of the puppet as you work.
For this recipe you'll need parchment paper and plastic wrap sprayed with canola oil, or two sheets of wax paper to help during the rolling out process.
Roll the dough between the parchment and plastic wrap or two sheets of wax paper into a rectangle ¼ inch thick.
Plain cardboard boxes can be dressed up with a little wrapping paper, and line the inside of the box with wax paper or foil.
Wait. Once you mix your salts with perfumed oil, extra ingredients, or food coloring, spread them out on parchment or wax paper to dry.
Wrap individually in wax paper and serve cold.
Line the boxes with pastel-colored wax paper to enhance the presentation, and tie each box with simple colored ribbon.
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