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You can make paper pulp masks using pulp made from soaked and ground up
newspaper. Have the students ball up a piece of newspaper and tape it to a
paper plate. Let each student get a bowl of pulp and use it just like clay to
mold a mask. Animals are a good subject matter. Let dry for about a week and
paint. If you don't have the time, use one side of a one gallon milk carton
and paper mache it for a mask. I use elmers glue and water. It dries
overnight and you can paint and decorate the next day.
Make prints using natural objects and tempera paint.
If you have paper, you can do book binding.
Also, Fox Photo here will give all the film canasters that I want. They
would be great as part of a junk sculpture. Visit the local frame shop and
ask for leftover mat. They make great looms and can remain part of the
weaving. I buy bags of yarn from the local thrift store.
Good luck. Janet
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