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Re: flat cardboard for backing

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From: Jayna Huffines (jayna_99_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Jun 05 2003 - 04:11:41 PDT


Oh yeah, I guess you are right. I haven't been doing this to my own work, but I have the kids'. I need to tell them this. Thanks!

lina@infohiwy.net wrote:Be careful. If they aren't archival, they will eventually stain the
artwork. You will have cardboard type strips on your work.

Lin

On Wednesday, June 4, 2003, at 06:29 PM, Jayna Huffines wrote:

> I just use the boxes that my paper comes in, or other big cardboard and
> cut it down. You could use copy paper lids and cut them. If you really
> want to order something specific, Judy Nagel will know if Sax has
> something.
>
> Aust ArtClasses wrote:
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> D.oes anyone know where you can order 4x8 sheets of cardboard
> for backing of artwork.? I have been able to get from a local
> frame shop but can no longer do that.

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