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Heyo everybody!

In this DIY I'll be telling you step by step how to make this scratch-off paper (if that is what it is called). I found the recipe for this online and I decided to try it out myself. It worked surprisingly well! I had a lot of fun making this and it was really easy too!

I hoop this DIY will be easy to follow and just as much fun for you as it was for me!

Step 1: Materials

You'll need the following things for this project:

  • Paper. This can be lose paper or a sketch/note book. I chose the book, since I wanted to use it as a sketchbook later.
  • Crayons. They have to be wax based so make sure that they are.
  • A glue stick.
  • Soap. You will be able to smell the soap afterwards so pick a smell you like!
  • Acrylic paint. I used black, but I'm sure you could use another color too. Keep in mind that it will give a different result, since the black color will bring out the colors from the crayons better. But i'm sure that there are a lot of other colors that will work too!
  • A paint brush.
  • Something you can mix the paint and soap on/in.
<p>amazing turtorial (^~^)/'</p>
<p>Thank you ^~^</p>
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<p>This looks nice and easy; doable with things I already have around the house. Thanks for sharing.</p>
<p>If you make it, please send a picture! I'd like to see how it turns out!</p>
<p>Great instructible! Question - is there any purpose for the soap? Can you make this without it?</p>
<p>The soap is for making the paint scratch off of the crayon. If you don't use it you can't scratch into it. I've tried to do it without the soap, just to test it, but it doesn't scratch off. Maybe if you scratch really hard but then you might damage the paper.</p><p>Plus, the soap gives the paper a nice smell ^~^</p>
<p>This looks like fun! Great instructable :)</p>
<p>Thanks! </p>

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