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RE: thoughts on being a pack rat, but I have these styrofoam trays

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From: Tammy Willis (tmwillis72_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Feb 28 2005 - 17:45:28 PST


You could cut shapes out of them and use them as stamps. You could also cut
up small pices and glue them on the back of work and make it"pop" of the
page

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From: Diane Purdie [mailto:dap1@rogers.com]
Sent: Monday, February 28, 2005 7:02 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: RE: thoughts on being a pack rat, but I have these styrofoam
trays

Judi.....your heart must have been racing! I'd still be shaking with
excitement.

I'm a horrible housekeeper both at home and at school. In some ways, I'm
happy for a small space because it really does keep throw-aways to a
minimum. And to be honest, I just don't do projects that require toilet
paper tubes and cereal boxes because no matter how hard I try, they still
look like it afterwards.

On the other hand, one parent gave me 350 heavy Styrofoam meat trays - the
bag stands about 3 feet tall. There's the "sopping paper" glued onto the
inside that can be removed, but nullifies them as printing plates - any
ideas out there for using these (other than paint trays?)

Diane Purdie
Industrial Art

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