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  • Cecilee Oste

    Print out a pattern you like, place a sheet of wax paper over it and trace the pattern with puffy paints. When it dries peel it off the wax paper and apply it to it's permanent surface. Other great DIY crafts!!

  • Paul VanGilder

    Print out a pattern you like, place a sheet of wax paper over it and trace the pattern with puffy paints. When it dries peel it off the wax paper and apply it to it's permanent surface. (This gal has lots of great ideas!) I have been looking for something special to do as a headboard. I now think I will find a great pattern and puff paint it to apply to the headboard and then paint all in one color.

  • Karen

    Print out a pattern you like, place a sheet of wax paper over it and trace the pattern with puffy paints. When it dries peel it off the wax paper and apply it to it's permanent surface. I'm thinking texture sheets!..inexpensive wall art with puffy paint and a canvas

  • Shelby

    Craft Idea | Print out a pattern you like, place a sheet of wax paper over it and trace the pattern with puffy paints. When it dries peel it off the wax paper and apply it to it's permanent surface.

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