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Lesson Plans

Re: Medieval Art

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Lily/Clair Kerns (CWKerns)
Wed, 5 Aug 1998 18:50:43 -0500


A project that is great for the gothic time period is a crayon resist with
idea od a stained glass window, like the ones in the cathedrals. I have
complete lesson plans on this and if you want them just e-mail me and I'll
type it out or scan it and send it to you.>>>>

If you can find a supply of warming trays (garage sales), cover the trays
with foil, lay light weight drawing paper in place and color. A potholder
or folded cloth can be used to hold the paper down if needed. the crayon
melts into the paper, giving a richer coloring than ironing or oiling seems
to do.

This process works on fabric too, for richly colored quilt designs....(wash
gently with minimal "stain remover" <G>)