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Re: [teacherartexchange] Quilling


Date: Fri Dec 23 2005 - 18:45:44 PST

I also use the corrugated cardboard covered with waxed paper for assembling
the ornaments, but have switched to tacky glue because it dries much
quicker. There is no need to pin the coils since they dry so rapidly. But
the carboard/waxed paper still works good to assemble the ornament upon. I
also have the students make an envelope out of copy paper to store the
coiled shapes before assembling the ornament.
Dave Haines

Original Message:
From: bkramer(POP)
Date: Thu, 22 Dec 2005 09:07:43 -0800
Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] Quilling

I made it easy on myself. I cut colored paper 9x12" and used the paper

I have cardboard squares cut (use the same ones year after year) approx.
8x10" and wax paper squares (12x12") you can buy from Costco in bulk. We
masking tape the wax paper to the cardboard squares (you can slip some graph
paper inside the wax paper if you want to for precise symmetry) and use
straight pins in the board to hold strips together as we glue with Elmer's.
Finish project dries right on the wax paper and then slips easily off the
wax when dry. Toodles...Bunki


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