- Plastic grocery bags
- Crayons (optional)
- Parchment paper
- Zester or fine grater
Step 1: Prep your bags
To begin, we’re going to grab 6 bags and cut them to size. Ideally, you’ll have bags with a white background, but any color works. You’ll just end up with a different look.
Cut the handles and the bottom of the plastic bags off and open up the seams. You’ll be left with 12 sheets of plastic, roughly in the shape of rectangles.
Place a sheet of parchment paper on an ironing board or heat-friendly surface and stack 9 of the plastic sheets on top and set aside the other 3.
Note: use parchment paper NOT wax paper. These aren’t the same thing!!!