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Sticky secented gingerbread men

Cut a gingerbread man shape out of one piece of paper. 
Then lay a piece of contact paper over it so you have a sticky gingerbread man once contact paper is turned over. 
Then turn it back over so the sticky side is down. (make sure its on a clean surface) and lay a brown piece of paper on top of the contact paper, and then lay another piece of contact paper over the brown paper.
So you should still have one sticky side (that should be the front and the back should be smooth)

Then let ur kid/kids decorate the gingerbread man with different spices and things.
(I gave my daughter different spices and foam circles)


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