Using a batik tool called a tjanting, draw designs with hot soy wax and then use colorful inks to paint the areas confined within the wax lines. This wax-resist technique allows complete creative freedom. After the wax and inks dry, the paper is ironed to remove the wax and leave a creative print. Spend the morning creating the papers. In the afternoon use the papers to create simple projects such as note cards, bookmarks, a pamphlet booklet and other book-art related items as time permits.