One of my most used pantry supplies is non-stick baking or cooking paper. It is not the same as waxed or freezer paper. I am unsure or the name of this paper outside of Australia (maybe one of you can help me here). All I can tell you is that is the same on both sides, has a slight glossy feel, and most importantly does not stick.
Here is what I have done with baking paper:
- Use as a paper non-stick pressing cloth when applying on iron-on interfacing. Place it underneath and on top of your fabric. It can be reused countless times.
- Use in place of vellum. Not quite as thick, but great at a push. See my Lickable Valentine's Day card made with it.
- Make envelopes for handmade cards. It is lovely and enticing to see the card through the paper.
- Great as a gluing surface mat under your work as it is non-stick.
- Make beautiful butterflies with the paper and pipe cleaners (chenille sticks)
- Make food safe gift bags for home baked goodies.Directions coming soon.
- Origami sachets for tiny notes, gifts or potpourri.