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Re: [teacherartexchange] free cardboard


From: chris massingill (chris_massingill_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Feb 14 2007 - 17:27:22 PST


what a great and speedy response - I'll check it out!


--- KPRS2 <> wrote:

> Many years ago I was in charge of the ecology group
> at school. We decided to
> make kiosks out of large sheets of cardboard to have
> people post signs on
> instead of plastering the school with posters. We
> need large pieces of thick
> cardboard to make these kiosks. I looked in the
> yellow pages and found a
> cardboard box factory. I called and told them my
> intent and they invited me
> to come down to the factory, gave me a hard hat, and
> a tour and tons of
> cardboard. I was tickled pink. I bet if you look in
> your local yellow pages
> and checked under cardboard box factory you might be
> welcomed with open arms
> as well.
> San D
> In any case, for me to do this I will need some kind
> of thick cardboard or particle board that they can
> paint on and then add their objects - any
> suggestions
> for free or cheap options?
> Thanks!
> Chris Massingill
> Simon Intermediate School
> Conway, AR
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