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>I, when I have access, glue my photos I have cut out from Magazines, Books,
>cards, etc... to eight and a half by eleven paper (either using one of the
>photographs, or a piece of paper, or a kid's drawing, or one of my sample
>drawings for a backdrop), staying within a theme (for instance, all wolves,
>or all boats - that sort of thing) and then I laminate them. So I have
>thematic pages, with photos front and back laminated in my files. That way
>they don't flop around and fall out of the files.
>Then I put my files in portable plastic file boxes and transport them from
>site to site on a luggage rack with wheels type thing I bought at Walmart.
>Good old Walmart.
>I hope that this helps....Linda
>From: Sandra Poos <klpoos>
>To: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
>Date: Monday, January 04, 1999 8:51 PM
>Subject: Re: organization of art projects
>>I just wanted to thank everyone who sent me great ideas in how to
>>organize my art files. During vacation I have started using alot ideas
>>some of you gave me. Hopefully this will get me organized. With all the
>>ideas in magazines, I tear them out, hoping to use them, then put them
>>in a box. I now have them organized in boxes and easy to get to.
>> Thanks again, Sandy Poos- elem. art- Cahokia Dist#187