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Lesson Plans


Re: tape for holding artwork

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Sharon Hause (smhause)
Thu, 22 Apr 1999 11:26:47 PDT


I use a substance called "Fun Tac" the is blue and can be torn into
pieces. Don't purchase the white colored tac- it doesn't hold as well
for long periods of time. I buy mine at the Ben Franklin store, but I
have seem it in catalogs. It will even hold up matted work. Does not
damage the wall.

>From: robertb713
>To: artsednet.edu
>Subject: tape for holding artwork
>Date: Thu, 22 Apr 1999 11:16:49 -0500
>
>i'm teaching an art class in the school's cafeteria (not the greatest
>place) and the walls in the room are brick and tile. I'd like to hang
>the student's work, but every time I've tried I find their drawings on
>the floor the next day. Does anyone have any ideas on a good
>(inexpensive) way to hang the students drawings so that i don't find them
>lying on the floor the next day?
>Robert
>
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