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speaking of corrugated cardboard


From: Deb M. (dmortl_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Jul 23 2003 - 10:06:21 PDT

Speaking of corrugated cardboard, if you peel off the top layer of paper to
get just the ridges on the botom layer, you can cut into squares, triangles,
diamonds, strips, etc and glue onto a mattboard frame to make great
decorative frames that look like trampart. I coat them with a layer of
clear acrylic gloss to give it a finish that looks more like wood. SOme of
my students have made elaborate boxes, etc. There is a lot of potential
with this cheap, recycling project....
> >From: "" <>
> > 1. I have corrugated cardboard that we will cut to form work spaces.
> > other words a 18 or 24 inch tall strip of cardboard folded in 2 places.
> > They can decorate them keeping in mind that at the end of the class they
> > will be stacked flat. This is for middle school 7th ant 8th grade
> > where socializing is their favorite subject. This will be called their
> > creative area" hoping they get the message!

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