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#1 Posted : Sunday, January 02, 2011 6:28:51 PM(UTC)
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this woman has some genius ideas goin' on!

a year of crockpot

My only hesitation is using plastic in a food safe appliance. I suppose a layer of parchment paper could be used as a barrier. have fun!
Karen
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#2 Posted : Sunday, January 02, 2011 6:33:34 PM(UTC)
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I love shrinky dinks and just put them in my oven on a cookie sheet with a paper bag under it.
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#3 Posted : Monday, January 03, 2011 2:10:05 PM(UTC)
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FYI - if you are too frugal (aka CHEAP) to spend money on shrinky dink materials, you can harvest it from your kitchen/grocery store for free and save some landfill space. It is the same or similar to polystyrene which is recycle code #6. Many deli/fruit/veggie containers/etc are #6 so you can cut away the flat parts and use them for these projects. Our area doesn't even accept #6 in the recycle bin so you'd be doing everyone a favor to repurpose it for a craft. We used to do this when we were kids (and before they were clearly labeled with the recycle symbol. My bff's dad was a chemist and he would pick out the pieces we could re-use.

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#4 Posted : Monday, May 30, 2011 6:42:22 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: BoomerKnows Go to Quoted Post
this woman has some genius ideas goin' on!

a year of crockpot

My only hesitation is using plastic in a food safe appliance. I suppose a layer of parchment paper could be used as a barrier. have fun!
Karen



I would think the crock pot liner should be safe as it is a glazed surface.
I'm going to try this!
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