Your kids can probably figure out numerous ways to use them. Draw
directly on the corks; add people & animal appendages/body parts by
slitting the cork and inserting stiffened paper pictures; make
connectors with small pieces of telephone wire or paper clips for
moveable appendages. The artist Marisol could be a cool connection.
Jan in Tampa ( eyeing Fay)
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Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] donated item list- cork?
A friend has given me wine bottle cork for several years
can anyone share how they have used these
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Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] donated item list?
> Some additional items on my list are:
> paper grocery bags
> telephone wire
> plastic rectangular baby food containers and lids
> corks and film cannisters
> matboard scraps
> small wood chunks
> microwave dinner containers
> egg cartons
> Mary H.
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