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bnorwood70 7/20/2015 04:40 pm 4717
could use baking paper, a cheap and easy option
My friend and I used pages from a magazine, not the best idea cause it stuck a little and the print transferred onto the perlers. Kinda cool but not preferred.
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Isn't tracing paper parchment paper? if so then yes you can use it. NEVER USE WAX PAPER THE WAX PAPER WILL JUST MELT ONTO YOUR CREATION!!! either use your parchment paper or the paper that comes with the perler beads.
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can use baking paper for iron on beads.
wax and ironing paper are your best bet parchment paper from the baking section of your supermarket might work. but tracing paper would probably just burn. sorry hun.
i don't think that would work very well but you can use wax paper if you dont have ironing paper
I have never thought to try this. But, i would assume that you cannot. I think the iron would just burn the paper.
If you are looking for a substitute though, I would go for the parchment paper in the kitchen.
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