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Re: paper-mache disaster! an idea.

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BibelotsOutpost_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Sat Nov 03 2001 - 07:24:31 PST


Great idea! and thanks for all the advice...
I'll consider doing this, sounds very cool, (but I fear the first
reaction of my first graders will be to "smoosh", and we'll be
changing the outcome one more time!)
Deborah

In a message dated 11/02/01 6:43:24 Central Standard Time,
malexander06@snet.net writes:

> However, I'll bet there is a way you could make something else out of them,
> so you can enjoy their translucence. How about stripping out all the
> balloon material, then arranging the partial shells on the table so they
> all touch. Next, use more tissue and paper mache to attach them together
> into a large translucent relief sculpture. Maybe you'll need to incorporate
> a couple of bent up wire coat hangers to hang it up. Might look really cool
> hanging in a window, and it would show students that artworks sometimes end
> up differently than originally planned.
>
> Mark
>

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