Equipment- The template with the name of the food printed (Brusher typography) - Glass jars with their lid - A pair of scissors - Masking tape - An acrylic felt (or a porcelain felt for cooking if you want to be able to pass your jars to the dishwasher) with a 2 or 3 mm tip with a fine or beveled tip.
© Fleur Louis Budget: less than 10 euros with recovery jars Duration: 1 hour (+ possible cooking time)
Steps1. Cut out the names of the food / ingredients in the template sheet.
© Fleur Louis 2. Glue them inside the jars (well washed and free of all traces of glue or label) with the masking tape.
© Fleur Louis 3. Using the felt pen, iron the letters transparently on the outside of the jar. Nb: if you wish, you can of course write directly freehand on the jars if you have a nice writing or that you are good at calligraphy. You can also choose another typography and print your own page of ingredients to store.
© Fleur Louis 4. Then let it dry. If you are using a ceramic marker to cook, follow the manufacturer's instructions for drying and firing times. Allow several hours of drying and approximately 30 minutes of cooking.
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