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hectograph Recipe

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Cole McCleery


1 pkg (4 envelopes) Knox gelatin
1 cup water
3 Tbsp. sugar
1 pint glycerin
Mix and boil 5 minutes.
Pour it 10x15" aluminum pan.

Wipe bubbles to the edge of pan with a stiff edge of cardboard.
Let set 24 hours before use

To use:
Prepare a pattern by using a hectograph pencil or by using a ditto master by writing or drawing on back (blue side).
Moisten surface with damp sponge
Lay pattem down.
Rub gently 1 minute and lift off
gently Sponge off after use and wait 24 hours before using again.




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