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Subject: Re: black crayon or media that will melt?
From: MaryAnn Kohl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: LOOP LOOP ArtsEdNet <email@example.com>
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How about painting a design on one side of the fold, folding it over, and
pressing to make a "print" on the other side of the fold.
You can also draw a design with baby oil on a cotton swab on one side of the
fold, but you can only use a thinner paper like copier paper.
I would think that Crayola crayons would melt and work just as you thought
they would. Hmmm.