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jewelry

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Bob Lange (rjnayl)
Thu, 8 Apr 1999 23:32:15 -0500


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I am looking for the process used to create multi-layered, multi-colored =
construction paper jewelry. I have never done this but have seen =
projects utilizing this process. Somehow the construction paper is =
glued and layered together. Then it is hardened so that it can be filed =
or sanded, exposing the layers. This creates a colorful 'stone' that =
can be used in jewelry. Does anyone have the process handy and =
available to share?

Bob, in the middle of nowhere

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I am looking for the process used to create = multi-layered,=20 multi-colored construction paper jewelry.  I have never done this = but have=20 seen projects utilizing this process.  Somehow the construction = paper is=20 glued and layered together.  Then it is hardened so that it can be = filed or=20 sanded, exposing the layers.  This creates a colorful 'stone' that = can be=20 used in jewelry.  Does anyone have the process handy and available = to=20 share?
 
Bob, in the middle of nowhere
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